Difficult Discussions at Dinner?

Are you nervous about navigating potentially tricky conversations with loved ones today? ESA's dialogue expert, Kristyn Komarnicki, shares some strategies for dialogue across difference. (Click here for an edited transcript of this conversation.)


JOIN US! We're talking with our dialogue expert Kristyn Komarnicki about navigating sensitive conversations with loved ones during the holidays.

Posted by Evangelicals for Social Action on Tuesday, November 20, 2018

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