Monthly Archives: May 2013

Life’s Intersections

Blog by Reece Tedford In my years as a mental health professional I’ve learned that most trust and rapport is built with another individual during times of crisis. Making a point to be there for someone during that crisis, going … Continue reading

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Too Many Hypocrites

It’s hard to beat that old standby, “There are too many hypocrites; I don’t want anything to do with people like that.” It’s a good one – I used it before trusting Christ. How do we respond to objections in … Continue reading

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The Gospel Versus Nostalgia

This summer I had the privilege of travelling to Eastern Europe to attend my brother’s wedding. His wife, Annette, is a native of Krakow, Poland. After the wedding, I continued on to Slovakia to visit missionaries we support near Bratislavia. … Continue reading

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ED and MARLENE

Ed and Marlene, whew what a mess! They were severe alcoholics, unhealthy, angry and depressed. They fought constantly, smoked 3-4 packs a day, and cursed like sailors. Ed bluntly declared, “I hate God, government and fundamentalists, especially fundamentalist preachers.” Oddly … Continue reading

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