Views:109656|Rating:4.60|View Time:19:16Minutes|Likes:2257|Dislikes:198 We all have origin stories and identity myths, our tribal narratives that give us a sense of security and belonging. But sometimes our small-group identities can keep us from connecting with humanity as a whole — and even keep us even from seeing others as human. In a powerful talk about how we understand who we are, Chetan Bhatt challenges us to think creatively about each other and our future. As he puts it: it’s time to change the question from “Where are you from?” to “Where are you going?”
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Views:585|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:21Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Artist: The Voices of Zion of Columbus, GA, under the direction of Kenneth D. Bonaparte
(Antioch Seventh-Day Adventist Church)
Album: I’ve Got A Right To Praise The Lord: LIVE IN GREENVILLE, SC
Pianists/Organists: Kenneth D. Bonaparte & Norman Hardman