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The Silent Pain and Secret Shame In Our Churches

Whether you’re aware of it or not, there is silent pain and secret shame in your church. Cheerful greetings are exchanged each Sunday morning. The “How are you?” greeting is politely met with “Fine” or the more daring “I’ve been better,” hoping the inquirer will not delve any deeper. But underneath some of these “all-is-well” responses are hearts that are crushed and about to break due to overwhelming pain and shame. The cause of both is prodigal children. Continue reading…

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