Devil Anse Hatfield and Randolph McCoy were close friends until the end of the Civil War. A dispute over a stolen hog led to one of the most storied, legendary family feuds in American history…so much so that after 20 years of fighting, the Supreme Court had to intervene. To this day the names “Hatfield and McCoys” serve as a mental caricature for these kinds of ongoing, unresolved disputes.
This Sunday we’ll look at two other friends in the Bible who found themselves in the midst of an intense disagreement. Thankfully, their story found in the book of Acts ended much differently. We hope you’ll be with us this Sunday as the Word teaches us how to handle conflict with others when we don’t agree.
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