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The Church is the Last Place I’d Confess My Sins

Why people pretend to be okay in church, and how to create an environment where they can be real instead

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When I used to attend a regular Sunday morning church service, I was often asked by many well-meaning people, “How are you?”

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Thoughts on applying a 2000 year old religion to 21st Century life

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