We’ve all been there. It’s an issue you’re passionate about, you get caught up in the moment, and all of a sudden you’re talking to a friend like they’re an enemy. This can have a damaging effect on relationships with family members, friends, and faith community.

We don’t need to apologize or be shy about what we believe, but we also shouldn’t lower our standards for civil discourse.

Next time you’re in a disagreement with someone over a political or cultural issue, here are 3 questions you should ask.

Karen Bowling

Karen Bowling

Executive Director
When Karen isn't fulfilling her duties as the Executive Director of NFA, leading a women's Bible study, or coordinating a prayer meeting, she's usually with her four grand children that keep her busy, laughing, and young at heart.