Max Curell

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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Statement on Conscience and COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates, Part 2

The Statement on Conscience and COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates can be found here. Support our work: Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a separate link here! read more

Statement on Conscience and COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates, Part 1

The session of Trinity Reformed Church in Bloomington, Indiana adopted a statement on conscience and COVID-19 vaccine mandates that was released on September 20, 2021. In this episode, Tim, Max and Lucas are joined by Joseph Bayly to talk through the statement. Read... read more

Statement on Sphere Authority, Worship, and COVID-19 Quarantines, part 2

We continue our running commentary on Evangel Presbytery’s statement on sphere authority. If you missed the first episode, you can find it here. Evangel Presbytery’s statement can be found here. Support our work: Support us here! Subscribe here! Download... read more

Statement on Sphere Authority, Worship, and COVID-19 Quarantines, Part 1

We provide running commentary on Evangel Presbytery’s statement on sphere authority. Evangel Presbytery’s statement can be found here. Support our work: Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a separate link... read more

COVID And Freedom Of Conscience

We believe that fellowship with other Christians in church and in small groups is central to our faith. Social distancing and mask mandates, however, make fellowship very difficult, and, at times, impossible. So what is a faithful Christian to do? Are we duty-bound to... read more

COVID And Our Anger Toward Authority

COVID has everyone on a short fuse, and we like to take out our anger on those in authority over us. That’s not right. Support our work: Support us here! Subscribe here! Download the episode at a separate link here! read more

COVID And The Coming Darkness

Title a little dramatic? Yeah, it’s true. But conservative Christians are terrified about COVID restrictions because they believe they are a harbinger of bad things to come. So today we try to address those fears and the visceral reaction to COVID laws on the... read more

Nonviolent Communication (part 2)

The pressure on Christians to keep their communication “nonviolent” is intense. But if we are going to be faithful, we must ignore that pressure and, instead, speak the truth in love. Don’t forget to register now for the New Geneva Academy... read more

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... read more

Blessed Are The Peacemakers

Conflict is inevitable in this world of sin. It just is. If you understand that, then you’ll be able to understand that a godly man’s goal in conflict is to bring peace. Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” A peacemaker is... read more

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