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Posts Tagged: yesheis
Offence can be like a poison that seeps into your relationships with friends and family, and even cloud the lens through which you view the world.
Can a clothing company become a space for people to connect, be open and vulnerable all while enjoying some quality threads?
How many close friends do you have who AREN’T Christians? It’s hard to “go into all the world” if we’re only hanging out with our friends from church.
The question of evil is possibly one of the most common barriers to people coming into a relationship with God.
When someone responds negatively to a conversation, there’s usually an underlying reason for it. The key is to look past the response to try and understand.
Sometimes offence can’t always be avoided. Here are 4 things you can do that will hopefully help reconcile the conversation and the relationship.
Avril Lavigne’s latest release “Head Above Water” is a raw and vulnerable reflection of faith through her battle with Lyme disease.
Learning how to have a discussion about Jesus without it turning heated is an art, but it’s something every Christian needs to be equipped to do.
Have you ever got stuck thinking that you need to bring people to church for them to hear about Jesus?