It seems as though 2020 was the impetus for division and global tensions: racial, political, health-related and more. We were faced with an unprecedented virus, and a reckoning with racial injustices that paved the way for more open-minded discussions and understanding.
And yet, the uncomfortable weight of not knowing the right thing to say—or saying the wrong thing—hasn’t quite lifted. Political correctness reigns supreme and cancel culture is still a very real threat.
So what do we do when we’re afraid to speak up? Darlene Brock and Julie Bender unpack this worry and how to overcome the paralysis as women of faith. They also offer practical mindset tips for being vocal about what you believe in a world that believes the contrary.
Quote of the episode:
“Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” —Winston Churchill
—How Do We Embrace Truth in a Radically Shifting Culture? – 215
—Our Duty to Celebrate Racial Diversity as Women of Faith – 207
—Finding Happiness with a Scary Future Ahead – 190
—How Do I Raise My Kids when the Culture and Bible Collide? with Dr. Jim Denison – 177