This blog has been pretty inactive lately—“centsless” is the way I describe it. I do hope to get back to it. I’ve not completely given it up; it just appears that way.
Until I do, here’s a great word from Tim Challies on public disagreements with a brother. I appreciate his candor and humility. I’ve been there. He’s not suggesting that we give people a free pass when they’re publicly mistaken. That’s not good for anybody. But he is urging us not to be unfair, and not to be unaware that the guy really exists—really has convictions, a family, and, well, feelings. I’ve forgotten that at times, and there are people I’d blush to see face to face. Thanks, Tim, for the good reminder.