Male/female relationships can be awkward in and outside of the church. But as believers, how do we “love” each other as scripture commands without crossing boundaries or straying into relational issues. Should a married woman have male friends? Is it okay for my husband to go to lunch with a female co-worker? Today I talk with Bronwyn Lea, author of, “Beyond Awkward Side Hugs” about how we can truly relate to each other as brothers and sisters in Christ.

Links from the show:

Connect with Bronwyn here.

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Buy Bronwyn’s book.

Buy Heather’s new Christian book on comparison, The Burden of Better.

Learn about Bronwyn:

Bronwyn Lea has been active for twenty years in vocational ministry to serve, encourage, teach, and mobilize Christians of all ages. A graduate of law school and seminary, she ministers in her local church and also heads up Propel Sophia, the Christian living wisdom resource for Propel Women. Bronwyn is mom to three school-aged kids, who keep her somewhere between hilarious laughter and desperate prayer on any given day. She and her fellow South African husband live in Northern California, where they count the men and women in their church as both friends and family.

 LISTEN HERE or watch unedited YouTube interview below!

 

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