Failure and cultural engagement
We’re back with our panel of guests to talk about learning from failure in culture. How do headline-making mistakes inform the way we teach our kids and students? How does failure factor into engaging community, including the broader culture in which we are placed? Dr. Bob Burns, Dr. Donald Guthrie, and Jessie Swigart help us explore the big questions.
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See more from the News Coach, including episode transcripts.
- Listen to our previous episode with this panel of guests, “Failure and discipleship formation.”
- Read “The Wonderful Freedom to Fail” by Denis Haack.
- From Harvard Business Review, discover Strategies for Learning from Failure.
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Today’s episode is sponsored by Covenant College.
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