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So lately I’ve been getting emails, and questions about how to live in today’s society as a respected and respecting Christian. How to gain friendships, how to “fit in” and many other aspects. I’ve decided to take all of these questions and roll them into a series that I’m choosing to call “The Road Less Traveled: A 9 part series talking about relationships, respect, and communication in today’s society.” It’s a little lengthy so let’s just call it The Road Less Traveled.
There are 9 major topics that I want to talk about in this series:
1. Relationships in general
2. Starting a relationship/friendship
3. Maintaining a relationship/friendship
4. Ending a relationship/friendship
5. When a relationship is not healthy
6. Respectful conversations
7. Standing out in society-How to fit in without blending in
8. Respecting others
9. Being respected
**Please note that when I talk about relationships in this series I am not talking about romantic relationships. I am talking about relationships you would have in school, at work, in the community, or in your neighborhood. **
I hope that through this series I can help encourage other Christians to realize that there is no room for hate in The Bible. That Jesus encourages us to embrace others no matter their background, and surround ourselves with those who need our love; (not those who have the same mindset as us.) I want this series to help bring understanding to the Christian community and the non-Christian community that hate, intolerance, and disrespect are not going to get us ahead in this world, it will only set us back.
So without further adieu, here is the beginning of our new series: The Road Less Traveled.
Hello! I'm Amanda Elizabeth, creator of The Homemaker's Cottage. As a homemaker I have constantly felt the pull between old fashioned homemaking and the fast paced world we live in today. So I created The Homemaker's Cottage: a stress-free space between the old in the new, where there is no judgement and we can learn that homemaking can be relevant, easy and even enjoyable.
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