Learning to Love and Lead the Different, the Difficult, & Everyone Else: an interview with Adam Weber

August 25, 2020
Episode #657
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Adam Weber is the founder and lead pastor of Embrace, a multi-site church based out of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Author of Talking With God and Love Has A Name, he also hosts a podcast called The Conversation. Adam still cheers for the Cincinnati Bengals but no longer drives a Rambler. He’s married to his wife, Becky, and has four kids: Hudson, Wilson, Grayson, & Anderson. He also has seven chickens, two dogs, & three fish, but what he really wants is a sheep.

  1. Love has a Name: Learning to Love the Different, the Difficult, & Everyone Else is now available. What prompted Adam to write this book?
  2. In a culture that seems more polarized by the day, how do we love the difficult, different, and downright hard-to-love people we come in contact with everyday?
  3. What does love look like when people disagree with you in a polarized world?
  4. What are some ways pastors and church leaders can lead with love, especially during a challenging season?

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