“Teaching Becomes the Gift”….Reflections on “Many Communicate, Few Connect” by John C. Maxwell

Posted by on Jan 11, 2013 in Cornerstone, perspective | 2 comments

I have spent almost every waking moment this week buried in the books and materials for the J-Term class I am in the middle of teaching. One of the textbooks is a book by John C. Maxwell called Many Communicate, Few Connect, and I’m really digging it…as a communicator, as a parent, and as a Christian. However, being in the thick of teaching right now, I find myself applying what he says to how I communicate in the classroom, and there was a passage that I had to underline…twice. Here are my thoughts…

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  1. Thanks for sharing this, Rachel! It’s so true that when something is communicated in love, it becomes a gift to the listener…and if we do anything in love, really it becomes a gift to us as well. Now I’m inspired to buy that book! Blessings.

    • Thanks Jacqui….so nice of you to share your thoughts! I would definitely recommend checking out the book, especially if you do any sort of presenting or teaching of any kind!

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