Can Restoration Efforts Trigger Backlash?

Can Restoration Efforts Trigger Backlash?

The work of biblical restoration you and/or your church may seek to engage in is often misunderstood. This misunderstanding of your motives, efforts, and Biblical truth can trigger backlash. Pastors, leaders, and churches that seek to cultivate a restorative culture and actively engage fallen and broken leaders who need restoration need to be prepared for this reaction.

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Restoration in a Toxic Church Environment

Restoration in a Toxic Church Environment

In our book, we talk about how some churches can be toxic toward people who have experienced public failure of some kind. How can you tell if your church is toxic toward broken believers? Pastor Pete Tackett shares some glaring signs.

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Those Who Are Jealous of Restoration

Those Who Are Jealous of Restoration

There will always be someone who cannot rejoice over a fallen or broken brother or sister returning home to experience grace, forgiveness, help, and restoration. Their greatest failure is resenting what causes the Father to rejoice.

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Falling Into Grace

Falling Into Grace

At a time when they need grace as they have never needed it before, they find that in the church world, it truly feels like they have fallen beyond the reach of grace.

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