Join us for a conversation with Gregory Ellison II, author, NPR guest, professor at Candler School of Theology, and founder of Fearless Dialogues, which has invited over 60,000 people into fearless encounter with one another.
Episode Highlights Include:
- How Greg’s family shaped him to be the person he is today
- Why he founded Fearless Dialogues and how the process works
- The role of fear and become “fear-less” in our encounters with others
- What it means to find an identity outside of our professional roles
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- Andrea Lingle: on staying at the table for one more minute, especially with difficult conversation partners
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Stay tuned next for: A sequel conversation with Georgette Ledgister, Executive director of Fearless Dialogues.