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In this month’s episode of Friends in For­ma­tion, Nate, Richel­la, and James answer lis­ten­er ques­tions about prac­tices to help keep cen­tered on Christ with a busy sched­ule, return­ing to church when you are not feel­ing loved there, and the strug­gle of judg­ing fam­i­ly members.

Show Notes

[1:21] I am an old­er stu­dent attend­ing junior col­lege and work­ing at the school news­pa­per part time. I find it a strug­gle to keep up a rhythm of life because so much of my sched­ule is dic­tat­ed by what my pro­fes­sors assign or the chaot­ic nature of work­ing at a news­pa­per. In this are­na the unex­pect­ed is com­mon. What types of prac­tices would you sug­gest to help me keep cen­tered on Christ?

[15:58] My ques­tion wants to be: Why are church peo­ple so unlov­ing… so rigid in being right that they fail to love peo­ple in such sad places? And why should I go back to church now, if that’s what I’m going to face?

[27:34] God has made me aware of my judg­men­tal atti­tude towards my fam­i­ly mem­bers. How can I grow in this area and not only keep my com­ments and advice to myself, but also let go of that judge­ment which is in my heart?

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