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Tag Archives: kindness

Is Your Church Kind?

Does Your Congregation Produce People Steeped in Kindness? I have come to believe that the real test of any Christian congregation is how effective it …

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Of Ethos and Evangelism

During my high school years, I spent time in the Charismatic movement. I attended a megachurch that preached the prosperity gospel—particularly in the first part …

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Why I Value Kindness

How is it that the term Christian has gone from positive to negative. My own high school-aged kids told me that they identify themselves as followers …

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Cookie Love

Be kind and compassionate to one another, Ephesians 4:32. My mother-in-law had a simple way to spell love: S-U-G-A-R. Whenever her family came to visit, …

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The Power of Kindness

Power of Kindness

In Romans 2:4, the apostle Paul talks about the power of kindness: “God’s kindness leads you toward repentance.” It’s interesting that Paul doesn’t say that …

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Racism

Well, hey, I left that church.” No one working in ministry wants to hear that, and I peered at this affable gentleman across our glasses …

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Being Right, But Mean

We spend a lot of time and energy debunking theological error and warning the world of sin, but in the end the pivotal question that …

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SpiritWERKS

The more we experience and celebrate God’s grace and recognize what he has done for us, the more compassionate we will be toward others. Speaking …

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