Why some of your friends may be causing you more harm than good.
Writer. Mother. Christian. Wife. Chauffeur. Cook. Cleaner. Thinker. Sorter. Designer. Creator. Reader. Obsessive. Distracted. Friendly. Annoyed. Annoying. Wry. Generous. Thoughtful. Quiet. Bossy. Old and getting older. Just a person really. What I’m REALLY interested in is relating to people. The second part of the greatest commandment. ‘Love God’ seems clear enough. But sometimes I struggle with ‘love your neighbour as yourself’. People annoy me. So I think about friendships. Fellowship. Love and hate and inbetweens. How it works. And how Jesus makes a visible, tangible difference to the way I relate to others.
Articles by Cecily Paterson
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We respond to a question from one of our readers, who is concerned by her friend's behaviour.
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We look at the reasons why you should wait
Part 1: How to talk to someone new at Church