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Here are four arguments for the practice of regular, public confession.
During my time in seminary I took a leadership course taught by the late-great Dr. Howard Hendricks. As we studied the life of David, Prof shared a study he conducted with a group of men in full-time ministry who had fallen into a morally disqualifying sin.
You’re not given a podium to preach to the depressed; you’re given arms to hold them.
The first step in creating a healthy atmosphere for victims/survivors and recovering offenders is to focus our empathy on the victims/survivors.
As he grieved and planned for her funeral, he wanted to honor his wife one last time and fulfill his vow “until death do we part.”