Plan to attend our Good Friday Service at 7:00 PM on March 29.

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What are two words you should never say in an argument? Is there a contradiction in the slogans "Black Lives Matter," and "All Lives Matter?" What is one quality our words should always dispense? This week we consider the next three principles in the book – Mean what you Say, Understand What You Hear, and Nourish with Grace.

The first three principles in learning how to C.O.M.M.U.N.I.C.A.T.E. in a way that honors the image of God in others and displays Christ to them as well.

How could our conversations across racial and political divides look if we implemented the G.R.A.C.E principles that Tim Shorey recommends?

"Knowing that God speaks affects how we think about communication. Knowing that humans are made in the image affects how we think about those with whom we communicate. Knowing that we are washed in the blood and that we wear Christ's robe [of righteousness] affects how we think about all the communication messes we have made." Tim Shorey

Some concluding thoughts and application for our church from the book Bloodlines by John Piper