Building a Church That Listens with Tracey Lamont
Episode 13 • 17m
The challenge of leaving comfortable programs and familiar classrooms is the real work of missionary discipleship. Tracey Lamont argues that for our Church to embrace its capacity to meet the needs of young people and bring them back, a new ecclesial imagination is needed to form authentic community surrounded by real listening and dialogue.
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