Christlike Speech on Social Media Platforms
As believers, we should be truthful and sincere, gentle and graceful, in our speech, both in daily conversations and on social media.
How Love Shapes our Communication
Withdrawing in the midst of a conflict (without good reason) is often a selfish decision.
Wise Speech From Proverbs
Truth In Love 344
How we speak is revealing. It says something about who we are. Are we saying things consistent with God’s character or are we not?
A Counselor’s Conversation Matters
The words of a counselor should be self-controlled, wise, and filled with hope.
The Art of Admonishing
Truth in Love 322
Admonishing is not something that is exclusive. It is to be coupled with teaching.
Talk to Me, Don’t Text Me
To confront spiritually means that we are characterized by love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
Cómo hablar la verdad en amor
Cuando aconsejo a alguien que diga la verdad en amor, ¿qué es exactamente lo que le estoy pidiendo que haga?
How to Speak the Truth in Love
When I counsel someone to speak the truth in love, what exactly am I calling them to do?
Gracious Words Amid Sword Thrusts
Are your words gracious gifts that land pleasantly on the one listening or sources of grumbling and disputing?
Guarding Against Gossip
Truth in Love 203
The sin of gossip is bearing bad news behind someone’s back out of a bad heart.
Speaking the Truth in Love
— By David Powlison
This book is addressed to the counselor who is looking to grow in their own personal communication skills while in counseling sessions.