Ever since Cain killed Abel, ever since Jacob betrayed his brother Esau, ever since Joseph and his brothers lived out their tale of jealousy and forgiveness, stories of family conflict have never stopped. If there were no family conflicts, there would be far less great literature – No Great Expectations, or Fathers and Sons, or Anna Karenina or Atonement. The conflicts within a family, whether they are healthy conflicts, or especially, if they are unhealthy ones, are painful. This Sunday we will look at what the writer of the book of James has to tell us about dealing with family conflict.
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