When a High Profile Christian Divorces: Back Off With the Judgment

Some positions of trust—mine as a judge, for example—require close scrutiny and a call for correction when that trust is breached. Others call for compassion and privacy when the person faces personal difficulties.

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1 Response to When a High Profile Christian Divorces: Back Off With the Judgment

  1. tinafriesen says:

    An important message about offering grace and doing to others as you would have them do to you. Much needed in today’s world where it is so easy to criticize. I walked through a display of art with a friend who had a critique on every piece and suddenly I realized that I too can be guilty of looking for fault instead of praising a creative effort. What a difference our words make to an artist. Thank you!

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