The Grace of God teaches us to say, "No".  

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The very nature of God's grace is why He has revealed His grace to us. 

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Too often when people leave a church they do so amidst a cloud of miscommunication and well intentioned (but hurtful) lies.  Christians and entire Church families are called to an emotionally healthy pursuit and practice of honest communication in an appropriate measure according to their varous relationships to each other.

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Wanting to love others as Jesus loved us (the Incarnation) is easy - doing it is a bit more complicated.  However, if we practice and balance three dynamics in our attempts to love others incarnationally, we will experience a new level of emotional health and spiritual maturity.

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Jesus' coming to earth as man (the incarnation) is our model for loving others well.  Of course, before we can follow it as a model, we must know just what the incarnation was. 

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A discussion about Truth and Reconciliation with two members of the Wiikwemkoong First Nation, and a member and Chief of the Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation.

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