Living Well Forum: Intimacy & Community in a Fragmenting Culture

Speaker(s): Connally Gilliam
Date: Winter 2019
Length: 35m
Product ID: RGDL4902B

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Ours is a busy and fragmenting culture, spinning many of us into isolation. We long for meaningful relationships but for a host of reasons (emotional, spiritual, cultural and practical), intimacy can prove elusive and community unsustainable. With barriers looming large, how do we develop the robust, relational connectedness for which we were made? And how do we grow in our capacity to help one another navigate the inevitable relational gaps? Join with Connally Gilliam and reflect on the relational life of the (transient and busy) Apostle Paul in hopes of discovering - or perhaps ancient-ways of growing in meaningful interdependence.

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Connally Gilliam works in Washington, D.C. with the U.S. Navigators as 'Special Counsel' to the National Metro Mission Director. She is author of Revelations of a Single Woman: loving the life I didn't expect (Tyndale).

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