Episode 139 • JUDAH of Judah & the Lion: Living a Life of Empathy & Vulnerability

  • Written By 
  • Josh Kluge


As Christians we are often charged to be like Jesus, but what does that actually look like? 

Today we talk with Judah Akers of Judah & the Lion about this very thing.  

What we see over and over is Jesus took the time to truly meet people where they were. He did this in such a way that caused all He interacted with to deeply feel & believe He cared.  

What are the character traits that provokes someone to truly be with people wherever they are & for it to actually feel genuine? 

Empathy & Vulnerability  

To be empathetic & vulnerable requires a level of personal emotional integration that’s most revealed in the life of Jesus.  

Today’s episode is all about what it looks like to love people like this.

 

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