Compromise

Compromise can be a good thing. When two parties negotiate to reach a mutual beneficial result to a problem, a compromise in this case can be considered a positive thing. What about when you compromise your beliefs, your morals, your walk in Christ? The guys are talking compromise this week. With the use of clips from “Braveheart,” and “Open Range”, the discussion on the negative side of compromise is something you don’t want to miss. So grab your gear and be blessed right here on The Masculine Journey

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