If I saw this tattoo shop owner on any sidewalk, I’d walk by, assuming he and I were nothing alike. I probably couldn’t imagine having so much as one conversation.
The pandemic has deeply modified how we are connecting with people. The irony is that technology has made a difficult situation easier . . . in some ways.
It’s been shown in the past that a person’s status is enhanced when direct eye contact is made. This is a leadership secret: Eye contact matters.
Researchers found that increased loneliness in our culture leads to an increased sense of life that is meaningless and devoid of purpose.
One of the great myths of relational life is that community is something found. How can church planters build a real community of connecting?