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Healthy Church Communication: Loving Speech

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Stephen Johns

on 27 January 2013

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Transcript of Healthy Church Communication: Loving Speech

Healthy Church Communication:
Loving Speech Loving Communication:
Speaks at the right time It might be best to be quiet at this time When it is the right time Practical Considerations Loving Communication:
Speaks with the right goal Does not seek to destroy Brings problems and answers Practical Considerations Loving Communication:
Speaks in the right manner Right tone, posture, and volume Practical Considerations Loving Communication:
Listens Well -Aren’t thinking of their response while the other person is talking. They are listening.

-Aren’t questioning the motives of the other person. They are listening.

-Aren’t mounting a defense while the other person is talking. They are listening.

-Aren’t reacting with great physical gestures while the other person is talking. They are listening.

-Aren’t judging every nuance of what the other person is saying. They are listening. -Aren’t expecting perfect communication in order to respond rightly.
-Aren’t expecting everyone to understand and abide by these truths in order to respond rightly.
-Aren’t convinced of their own righteousness or rightness.
-Are convinced that they have blind spots.
-Are convinced they are sinners.
-Are convinced they need God to change them. -Are convinced that God uses other Believers in the body to help them to change.
-Are convinced that nothing someone else confronts them about is not already known to God.
-Are convinced that even if the other person is wrong, does it wrong, and has the wrong motives, that God can and does still desire them to respond in love and be sanctified as a result of this conversation.
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