It's controversial you know. When you criticize or denounce acceptable behaviors or common mindsets. Whether your circle is your race, your family, or your denomination, calling people out is an understood no-no. And this is why abuse continues. I'm specifically focusing on the theme of a FB post that I liked so much that I …
My prayer was for my family, all eight of us, and I prayed something like, "Lord, help us stay impressionable."
We strive for perfection. To be unanchored. Free to do, think, say, and become whatever we desire. Where are the boundaries?
The kids were naive. They didn't understand how their joking could hurt my son.
The tragedy of emotional pain can happen to any of us. How can we as a company of sisters help each other not fall into a living hell?
Our view of God the Father is crucial to our wholeness. We can’t possibly run to a Father that we think is always criticizing us, watching us with a stern eye or ready to take away some of His blessings back for our bad behavior.
The problem we face, collectively, is that we cannot control what others believe. We despise this reality.
Years ago it was normal to respect differences of opinion. It was fine for each of my friends to think "our" way was the best and not be offended or feel discriminated against. We respected each other's "house rules".