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What did the Apostle Paul mean when he wrote,
Brothers, if anyone is caught in any transgression, you who are spiritual should restore him in a spirit of gentleness. Keep watch on yourself, lest you too be tempted. 2 Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. (Galatians 6:1-2)
This week Ian and I will talk about this idea of gently restoring a brother or sister (or, being gently restored by them). This is an important discussion and we hope you’ll listen and share your thoughts with us.
Enjoy the podcast,
Ian and I are back with Part 3 of our series on peacemaking. This week we take a look at the second “G” of peacemaking from Ken Sande’s book, The Peacemaker. Our topic this week? Getting the log out of our own eye before we attempt to deal with the speck in someone else’s eye. Ouch.
Enjoy the podcast,
This week Ian and I continue talking about what it means to be a peacemaker and where it all begins. Christian peacemaking is a God-centered approach to resolving personal conflicts. Thus, we have to start with the most important part, which is, seeking God’s glory, even in the midst of conflict.
This week Ian and I begin a discussion on what it means to be a peacemaker in the world in which we live. Conflict seems to be everywhere – at home, work, in politics, and even in the church. What is the peace week seek? What does it look like in our lives? From where does it come? And how can those who follow Christ serve as the peacemakers he says we are? Those are a few of the questions we begin to tackle in this week’s episode of Walking Points.
“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” Some of the worst movie advice ever. We can do much better than that. In fact… we have to if we’re going to have healthy and godly relationships. This week Ian and I discuss the 7 A’s of Confession.
The “7 A’s” we discuss come from Peace Maker Ministries and this blog post by Paul Tautges.
Thanks for listening,
This week Ian and I conclude our discussion on raising sons. I think it’s our best podcast to date. You can be judge of that.
Here are the two articles I reference in the podcast…
1. 10 Things Dads Can Do to Fight Hard for Their Sons by Brooke McGlothlin at Crosswalk.com
2. How to Help Your Son Succeed in Life by Whitney Hopler at Crosswalk.com
This week Ian and I begin a discussion on the who, what, when, where, why, and how of raising sons.