Tag Archives: Forgiveness

The Way to Reconciliation Leads Through Empathy

Photo: ROM – Renewing Our Minds group prays in Vukovar, Croatia. Picture taken in 2006. “A new report argues that using the word ‘reconciliation’ does not help families of Kosovo Albanian and Serb war victims to deal with the past … Continue reading

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Get Rid of Your Skeletons

Looking at the intensity of social changes in the affluent world today one may easily come to a conclusion that sin has been outdated. We may hear it mentioned in vague terms in our churches, while outside their walls talks … Continue reading

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Serving God’s Purpose in Our Generation

“I tell you the truth, whatever you did for the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.” Matthew 25:4. I love the slogan “Serving God’s purpose in our Generation”, but what are its real implications? Competing offers … Continue reading

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Are We Following the Same God?

Tell me what your God is like and I’ll tell you if we are following the same God? What is your God like? Is he a god who demands your unquestionable obedience without ever having demonstrated that he loved you … Continue reading

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When Enemies Love and Serve Each Other

At the time when a new intensive season of ROM is coming it is good to remember the past seasons. One of them was portrayed in this article published by The Huffington Post on September 26, 2011: Investing in a … Continue reading

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