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June 24, 2006


Cheryl Berto

Great article! I realize from reading this that this is what I do in many circumstances. Like Brad it is how I avoid the trap of being a watchdog and instead I am able to be a source of encouragement. Its' always great to read something that afirms and gives voice to an experience that had not been well named.

Darlene Enns-Dyck

This article speaks a truth we have been very intentional in embracing. We just came out of a series on sexuality, and committed ourselves to resist the urge to condemn and point fingers at all the "bad stuff" that exists in our culture surrrounding sexuality. We didn't want the church to be the voice to say "just stop, don't look, resist, shut down..." We looked (and found) true hunger, honest desire, and a desperation for God. Thanks for the metaphor!

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