Nonviolent Communication

Nonviolent Communication

We all live under the constant pressure to conform our way of thinking and speaking to the people around us. That’s just a fact of life, and so it’s not necessarily a bad thing. But it certainly can become a bad thing when that pressure to conform attempts to silence the Christian conscience. The most difficult thing is to open your mouth and speak.

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About The Authors


Lucas Weeks is an associate pastor at Trinity Reformed Church in Bloomington, Indiana. He's married to Hannah, and they have some children. They like their children.


Pastor of Trinity Reformed Church since 1996, Tim and Mary Lee have five children and lots of grandchildren. Tim's books include "Daddy Tried," The Grace of Shame," "Church Reformed," "Elders Reformed," and soon a book on marriage. Tim spent ten years in the PC(USA) and twenty in the PCA. He's now a member of Evangel Presbytery.


Max Curell is associate pastor of Trinity Reformed Church in Bloomington. He is married to Annie and they have 3 children.

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