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Bridging the Divide blog

Views expressed in this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of the BtD network as a whole.

29 May Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Why Not Simple?

Before I moved to a Muslim-majority country (over two decades ago), I was on pastoral staff at a church in rural upstate New York. I knew a few families who did what they called “house church.” These families had attended our church for a while, then left. They had also left most or all of […]

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22 Mar Posted by in Uncategorized | Comments

Depolarizing our Views on Reaching the Unreached

Polarization plays a useful role in many fields. In physics, chemistry and biology, it describes functions essential to our everyday lives. But in human relationships, as in the fields of sociology, psychology and politics, polarization is not nearly as useful. In fact it’s often harmful. Polarization among God’s children, within the body of Christ, rarely […]

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