broadstone

What we say say when we aren’t saying anything

In Uncategorized on August 26, 2007 at 9:39 pm

I have always been fascinated by nonverbal communication and most intrigued by the fact that other people have been very adept at reading me, even when I don’t want to be read…

So, our lives communicate both verbally and nonverbally.  Some think it manipulative to use such techniques in relation to the gospel.  We often are so verbally driven with the gospel we ignore many of the cues necessary in understanding another person or how we may be perceived and therefore blunder the gospel before we ever finish our well rehearsed gospel presentation.

See the Nonverbal dictionary

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