How Daylight Saving Time & Reconciliation Are Related

We’ve just moved through the collective jet lag we call Daylight Saving Time, and we’re all adjusting to life in exhaustion-overdrive. We know it’ll all be okay in a few days, but the question remains: Why do we do this anyway? 

We’ve all heard that farmers benefit the most, and the electricity savings are huge, and even our health is improved by exposure to more light in our day. These are embedded assumptions, but are they true? The answer leads us to a deeper question: How can we get past the embedded assumptions we have about one another to make better connections and deeper friendships? 

In this Reachable Reconciliation conversation, Fred reveals “the truth about DLT,” and he makes some powerful connections to restoration in our relationships… 

Post your comments, insights, and responses in the Comments section below—we’d love to hear your own insights, experiences, and questions!

And check out Fred’s new website for more ways to connect, grow, and get the expert help you need to develop a magnetic reconciling ministry environment.


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