If we’re serious about pursuing deep and meaningful cross-cultural relationships, we need to put in a bit more work. We can’t just live in our own lane and interact when someone different from us happens to occasionally show up where we live.
I’ve spent time over the last few years researching people in church history who struggled with depression, but intertwined with their stories are those of their friends and family members who kept company with them in the dark.
It's OK to ask questions without answers.
JAN 8, 2014 | BY: EMILY TIMBOL -- “Emily, I’m gay.” He said it more to the ground than me. It felt like all the air was sucked out of my lungs...