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We make a choice and that choice has consequences. A choice to obey the Spirit's call will feed into the Kingdom of God, produce the fruit of the Spirit, and bring healing and reconciliation. A choice to feed the self will bring consequences of further isolation, greed, fear, and pain. Each of these consequences creates a feedback loop that informs the story we tell ourselves and perpetuates the cycle of our life story.

A Theory of Strategic Action

The final project for my class The Hermeneutics of Leading in Mission is to articulate my own Theory of Strategic Action. It must be contextually-situated, communicatively-discerned, theoretically-informed, and biblically-theologically framed. The series of images below is part of my attempt to communicate my theory visually.    

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