The fact that you're happy, healthy, and doing well does not necessarily indicate that your relationship with God is going well.
If, as believers, we are unable to extend the same grace to non-believers who disagree with us as we are to Josh Duggar, then we have failed. If we are so concerned about the church looking bad, or people having a bad impression of Christians, that we are unable to step back from an awful thing and say with the rest of the world, "This is terrible," then we have failed. Our job is not to protect our own. [Click title to read more.]