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Family Forum: The Church as a Wounded Parent

By Michael Farnworth   A Family History Imagine growing up in a family whose members are not fairly represented. The father has unlimited power, does as he wants, and rarely listens to anyone’s concerns. Being a spirited child, you have the idea that the family would be happier if it were run more democratically. Your …

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Jesus and Nietzsche on “Becoming a Child”

In this regular column, Michael Vinson, a master’s graduate of the Divinity School of the University of Cambridge and a frequent devotional speaker at Sunstone symposiums, delves into personal and scholarly aspects of scripture.   At the same time came the disciples unto Jesus, saying, Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven? And …

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The Family Forum: Discipline Part I

By Michael Farnworth Ed.D Michael Farnworth retired from Ricks College after 31 years of teaching family psychology. He is married to Cindi Halliday and is father to Brad, Camie, and Jeff, along with their spouses Melinda, Nate, and Lindsay. He is grandpa to Joel.  Contact him at: farnworthm@yahoo.com. Years ago my mother ran across the …

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