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We generally think that those sitting around us in the church share our beliefs, but when personal convictions are contested by other Christians, we can find ourselves at odds with one another. How can we foster conversations that deepen and enrich relationships instead of divide?
The Winsome Conviction Project (WCP), Biola University, was launched from a heartfelt concern for the toxic, polarized and simply unloving communication climate that is permeating our nation and penetrating the body of Christ. WCP believes that followers of Christ are obliged to communicate with others in loving ways that preserve human dignity, even as we engage in honest and passionate disagreement.
WCP hopes to foster conversations within the church and the broader culture that deepen relationships and enrich lives rather than tear us apart. Through the generosity of some donors who shared our passion and concern, WCP has embarked on a 5-year effort of developing resources, and providing workshops and events for churches and organizations who want to deepen convictions without dividing the body of Christ or alienating the watching world.
If you’ve been struggling with the same question, join us for the Winsome Conviction seminar on October 17th! Special guests Dr. Tim Muehlhoff and Dr. Rick Langer, Biola University professors and authors, will be here to teach the tools and practical skills needed to have difficult conversations.