(By Carol Peters-Tanksley)You’re trying to do good. Or at least you want to. Really, you do. You believe (at least most of you believes) that doing things God’s way is the best way. But every time you try to take a step forward, judgmental Christians seem to cut you down, point out your failings and act as though they’re too righteous to associate with you. They hold your sins over your

head and try to prevent you from doing what you believe God has asked you to do. It’s discouraging. You’re tempted to wonder if it’s even worth continuing to try. You’ve probably heard people say you’re supposed to keep your eyes on Jesus and not on people. That’s true. But how do you deal with the “friendly fire” from those who claim to be Christians? READ MORE