1. It turns out that when Elijah battled depression, God sent someone to just be with him. To comfort him.
  2. Take away the communal aspect, take away the communal gathering around Christ’s body and blood, and the Christian will begin to suffer a malnutrition of faith.
  3. By his initiative alone, he remakes our hearts to love him and others unselfishly.
  4. In schools and on barstools and in delis and where two or three gather, your Savior turns you loose to encounter those who are delightful and loveable.
  5. Apathy, melancholy, and disillusionment plague the footsteps of the up-and-coming generations more than ever, especially in the realm of religion, and it’s worth asking, “Why?”
  6. In the final episode on the 3 parts of friendship, Gretchen and Katie talk about what it means to bear one another burdens.
  7. The love between David and Jonathan, and the suspicion of Saul.
  8. This episode focuses on healthy expectations of people, as well as our own insecurities going into friendships.
  9. Gretchen and Katie are starting a new series on how law and gospel theology effects relationships.
  10. Scott and Caleb are joined by Paul Koch to talk about why conversations and attention to fatherhood and friendship is important.
  11. What greater friend could we have than Jesus?
  12. Bonhoeffer’s simple little book makes clear how privileged many of us are to enjoy the Communion of the Saints here on earth.

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