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On this episode of This vs. That, we sit down with Jonathan Holmes, the founder and executive director of Fieldstone Counseling and pastor of counseling for Parkside Church. We delve into the topic of releasing friendships in a godly way versus sinfully walking away from friends. Jonathan shares his insights on the value of friendship in the body of Christ and why there seems to be a crisis of friendship within the church. We discuss discernment, boundaries, and when it may be necessary to walk away or even run from a toxic relationship. Join us for this insightful conversation on navigating the complexities of friendship in a Christ-like way.


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This vs. That is a podcast of Anchored Hope. Anchored Hope provides practical help to those hurting by anchoring their hope in Jesus and helping others gain a better understanding of his promises. We offer reputable, biblical counsel to those suffering or experiencing difficult seasons. Our counselors are highly trained and bring a vast experience in addressing the various issues of life.

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