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Mentoring Youth with Bill Warner

https://youtu.be/nAf9Emr9nV4?si=mRaW88DPw19PBR1T Transcript (slightly edited) Jim: So here with Bill, we’ve known each other for about 25 years, and I just really appreciate you and your ministry. And give us a quick rundown, a few seconds. What kinds of things have you done in your life? And you came to the Lord as an adult? Bill:…

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Love at First Sight

Most times when we meet people we don’t feel safe because we are in unknown territory—we just don’t know that person yet. Instead of loving them we fear them, consciously or unconsciously. We might respond in all sorts of ways. We might be super friendly, or shy, or funny, or cautious, but still not be ourselves. In that very first encounter, there isn’t concern for them but concern for how we might come across. 

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Your Brain on Trauma

A few months ago, a pickup truck turned in front of a motor scooter just 50 feet ahead of me on my own bike. The rider braked but slammed into the truck at maybe 5 to 10 miles an hour. He appeared a bit dazed but stayed on his feet, bystanders quickly coming to help. Afterwards…

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