Elizabeth Woodson is joined by Raymond Chang to zoom in on how Jesus interacted with the people around him and see what we can learn from Jesus in terms of what it looks like to love others well.
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Pastor Raymond Chang is the president of the Asian American Christian Collaborative, a pastor, and writer. He currently lives in Chicagoland, serving as the Executive Director of the TENx10 Collaboration, which is a collaborative movement that is geared towards reaching 10 million young people over 10 years with the gospel. He has contributed chapters to several books including “Ministers of Reconciliation: Preaching on Race and the Gospel,” “Confronting Racial Injustice: Theory and Praxis for the Church,” “Preaching Romans from Here,” with other books forthcoming. He is currently pursuing his PhD on the intersection of Spirituality and Campus/Organizational Racial Climates. He is married to Jessica Chang. You can follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and his website.
How does your pride prevent you from loving your friends and family well? How would things be different if you choose to love them by imitating Jesus?
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