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Listen More, Laugh Often, Love Always

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David Wasserman served the church in a time that was exciting, challenging, and made progress for the Kingdom. But he also saw church leaders who did not listen, laugh together, or love enough of God's world and people. This reality...


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David Wasserman served the church in a time that was exciting, challenging, and made progress for the Kingdom. But he also saw church leaders who did not listen, laugh together, or love enough of God's world and people. This reality is bad for the gospel--yet there's hope. It is coming in the form of leaders who are taking the time to listen carefully, staying humble and humorous about themselves, and working harder than ever to embody a bit more of God's love, justice, and peace. Listen More, Laugh Often, Love Always offers advice to future church leaders from the ramblings and reflections of one who saw firsthand the embattlements, wanderings, and unravelings of an institution trying to transform itself for a new time in God's grace.
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Dave Wasserman

David Wasserman served as a minister in the Presbyterian Church for thirty-nine years, twenty-five of them in Michigan, Oklahoma, Texas, and Arizona. He has led work teams at all levels of the Presbyterian Church (USA) and statewide ecumenical conferences of churches (OK and TX). He is the author of Azure Wind: Lessons for Ministry from Under Sail (2006).