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Taught by David Pulsipher
|Friday, August 2||1 p.m.||Ricks 173|
David Pulsipher graduated with a BA in American Studies from Brigham Young University. He further earned a PhD in this subject from the University of Minnesota.
He and his wife, Dawn, are the parents of three boys and three girls. In addition to their own children, throughout their marriage they have opened their home to many foster children through Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare.
He has served in many capacities within the Church including a full-time mission to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and a variety of positions in the Young Men and Primary.
With his spare time, Pulsipher likes a good book or movie. He also enjoys going on hikes in the beautiful Idaho country.
When faced with aggression or conflict, our instincts are to fight, flee, or surrender. But God has prepared "a more excellent way"—a "weapon" for resisting and transforming conflict that is more effective than the weapons the world teaches us to use. This "weapon" is strong assertive love, but the key is learning how to wield it effectively.