Unity and Love: Some Rules of Engagement

Watch the video below or click here to watch Amy’s brief message:

Today, Amy explains:

  • The difference between debate, discussion and dialogue
  • The goals for comments on the blog and her social media
  • Reasons for removal

To see the table that Amy referred to that further contrasts debate, discussion and dialogue, click here for a resource linked through brownicity.com and developed by the University of Michigan.

The goal on for comments both here on the blog and on my social media is to foster dialogue and build community. I want it to be a safe place for everyone, so I’ve created new Rules of Engagement. Click here to read how you’ll be protected in my online spaces.

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  1. Thank you Amy. I’m staying, waiting, listening, and opening my heart. I also want to open my mouth. My tendency is to NOT voice my opinion, NOT walk into troubled waters. I’m staying. I’m ready to try to be strong, yet tender.

  2. I need to work on tempering my strong voice with a more tender heart. Looking forward to the journey! Interesting dialogues, new insights, burgeoning friendships, all following Jesus! So exciting!!!