It seemed like a good idea at the time. Stanley's answer was quite different. What do I mean by that? I stumbled across this first sermon in a tweet by Andy Stanley and decided to give it a listen for a few reasons.
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You are commenting using your Google account. Netflix adventure 'Finding 'Ohana' highlights importance of family, sacrificial love. Follow: RSS Twitter. The work of IRD is made possible by your generous contributions. We might expect an Evangelical pastor's answer to explain that he did not address this community because LGBT lifestyles do not fit the parameters of marriage as God defined it.
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While Stanley does not blatantly deviate from historic Christian teaching on the subjects discussed in the book, at leasthe does little to define or defend their divine purpose within its pages. Tozer, an Evangelical thinker and teacher, wrote, "He believes it, but he doesn't teach it, and what you don't believe strongly enough to teach doesn't do you any good.
Stanley's answer was quite different. As I stumble through the awkward limbo of single, yet soon-to-be-married, I've tried to read every resource tagged within the "marriage," "love," and "relationships" genre. Netflix adventure 'Finding 'Ohana' highlights importance of family, sacrificial love.
But what are the questions we should be asking? This is proof that what we do in the past and present matters. In fact, Andy makes the point that we can experience that lightning-strike of chemistry with so many people throughout our lives, and as such cannot depend on it for lasting success in our marriages.