Dancing in No Man?S Land
Are you tired of the conflict all around you? It happens over and over again. A political argument with a friend, a fight about racial issues on the internet, a disagreement with a coworker-at the first sign of conflict,...
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Are you tired of the conflict all around you?
It happens over and over again. A political argument with a friend, a fight about racial issues on the internet, a disagreement with a coworker-at the first sign of conflict, we flee to a bunker with people who think like us and attack everyone else. We feel safe there, but it's killing us: killing families, friendships, civility, and discourse.
Our fractured world desperately needs a different way: people who will speak gently, value truth, and think clearly. Dancing in No Man's Land is a rallying cry, a life-giving and practical journey into the way of Jesus that will revolutionize how you view conflict. You can choose to speak both truth and peace in the midst of war. You can step out of our bunkers and into no-man's land, where only brave souls tread. It may look like you're dodging cultural landmines. But you might just be learning how to dance.
Brian Jennings is one of nation's top talk radio programmers whoserved asNational V.P. of Talk Programming for Citadel Broadcasting, one of the nation's largest radio companies for over a decade and servedas programming head to over 40 radio stations nationwide. According to Talker's Magazine, he is also one of the founding fathers ofthe conservative talk radio format. Nominated 5 times as a national talk radio executive of the year by Radio and Records Magazine, Jennings is also a nationalaward-winning journalist. His many awards include Columbia University's DuPont Award, the National Sigma