ARDL 209: Fruits of the Spirit: Gentleness

Thanks to my sister for sharing this sweet photo.

We often think gentleness means being meek and mild. Kristi and Lindsey discuss why that’s far from true as we look at past uses of the word and a different way of executing gentleness. 

Don’t miss Kristi’s regency novels which examine what it means to be a gentleman both in status and in heart.

having or showing a mild, kind, or tender temperament or character.

Dictionary definition of Gentle

Edit Your Life Challenge

Consider your position of power–at your job, within your family, in your decisions. How do you execute this position with gentleness even when you have to make the hard choices? Am I making this choice out of what’s easiest for me or out of what’s best for the whole?

In Lindsey’s house, we’re making some tough choices about media, television (i.e. Netflix) and phones.

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