Today’s post is a revised excerpt from my friend Michelle DeRusha’s, new book, “True You: Let Go of Your False Self to Uncover the Person God Created”. I love Michell’s combination of personal insight as well as science, as seen in this...
Are you feeling OK? Our typical response it a quick, “I’m fine.” Even when it’s not true. It really is OK to not be OK. Even when others don’t know how to handle this truth. You don’t have to make yourself OK to be OK, in fact,...
Maybe I’m stating the obvious to some, but I titled this post with words I need to remember often. You don’t have to do it all. When I get an idea, I feel the need to act. When I see a need, I feel compelled to fill it. When I think someone else should do...
Ever find yourself struggling through life’s challenges? Maybe you’re tired and weary. Maybe fears and doubts threaten your ability to live well as a Christian.
I believe God has more peace, joy, and freedom than many of us come to know. I want this for us.
I also believe God is bigger and better than any of us can ever know. I want us to see more of Him daily.
Here we’ll journey through areas of emotional health, soul care, and spiritual growth in order to cultivate a life-well lived and a soul well-nourished. Not a perfect life, but a life reliant on the One who is perfect.
While it may not be easy, it’s worth it.
**NOTE: I am not a licensed therapist or clinician. Any advice given on this site is strictly my observations and insights based on personal experiences and study. It should in no way take the place of professional assistance.
And here I am grinning wide because with see people healing from trauma as the bravest ones I know. They are the ones tending to their whole selves to show up in whole in this world.
Keep going courageous ones. twitter.com/MattWalshBlog/…
When someone speaks of scripture, or identifies as a Christian, believers are prone to apply a world of meaning that define that person's character.
This attributed meaning can cause a series of problems because their actual character has nothing to do with our assumptions.
Safe people. That term was new to me less than a decade ago, and today it's a topic I'm passionate about. I've seen and heard so much pain that happens in church communities due to people not being safe.
We can learn.
We need to learn.
We need safe people in our lives and ...? pic.twitter.com/EqAFVjaCky
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