Category Archives: Christian Living

When You Confront, Part 2

Here are five more thoughts to follow up from yesterday and the day before: 6. Go with the assumption that your assessment may be wrong. After all this thought and prayer and your consequent conclusion to go to your friend, it’s easy … Continue reading

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When You Confront, Part 1

So you’ve concluded that you must speak. You have a good relationship, God has exposed another’s sin to you, you’ve thought and prayed and sought wisdom, and you’ve determined you need to go to them. What now? Some people enjoy … Continue reading

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When to Cover, When to Confront

This past Sunday I preached on the sin of silence: keeping our mouths closed when we should open up and speak. As I reflected on the Scriptures that deal with this topic, three particular applications emerged: silence in the face … Continue reading

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Theatre as Divine Spark

Here’s more from Max McLean. In the most recent issue of “Fellowship Circle” from the Fellowship of Performing Arts, Max discusses “how theatre creates empathy, breaks down stereotypes and engages diverse audiences.” The stage holds tremendous power. “If a story is … Continue reading

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Christian Kosher

Living in New York City has put me around more Jewish folks than since I was a lower and middle schooler at Detroit Country Day School. Such proximity has certainly been educational. Last year during Passover (which coincided with Holy … Continue reading

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