Family Thanksgiving gatherings can lead to conflict. Pastor Adam offers strategies from family systems and mimetic theory to help us thrive.
It seems that political polarization is worse than ever. Families are in turmoil over politics, religion, and science. We have a hard time agreeing on basic truths, which has been undermined with the new phrase “alternative facts.” These last few years have been especially traumatizing. COVID-19. Racism. Loss of jobs and threats to businesses going […]
You probably know Jesus as the Prince of Peace, but you might also know him as the Prince of Conflict. That’s right. Unlike me, who runs as fast as I can away from conflict, Jesus seems to have entered right into the fray. He also provides some pretty good advice about how to deal with […]