Breaking the trap of shame involves more than positive statements and trying to get ourselves to believe positive things. Yet, we’re prone to grasp every mantra that sounds good and rings true, with the hope that somehow we can start living that way. We need...
I have the privilege of being tested by my own words. The things I’m compelled to teach about are often the result of past experiences. Even so, God allows me to be tested in the same areas again. I’m faced with these questions often. Do I mean what I say?...
Today’s guest post is from a licensed therapist and author, Lisa Murray. She shares three strategies you can use to turn your shame-story into healing. What is your story? We all have one. You know, the story that contains the good, the bad, the ugly of our...
Please note. The examples shared here, of ways we use God to deny God at work, which include phrases we say and scriptures we use, indicate possible obstacles to a cultivated life. They may also be used in well-intentioned helpful and healing ways. Truth is always...
It started in the garden. This need to know. How things will work out. Why this happened. What to do next. And how others should live. It stunts our ability to grow. I’m not talking about knowing God intimately at a heart level, but trying to know about God...
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.
"I’ve wrongly believed the enemy’s whispers, that to deal with anxiety is to be in sin. That anxiety indicates I’m too weak to be of value for Kingdom purposes.
It’s just not true."
How to Handle an Anxiety Attack
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Writing an article on when you can't not be anxious. And feeling anxiety. 🙄🙃 Y'all, it's a process. Layers of past events, unhealthy beliefs, & destructive structures built up over time don't dissipate in a moment.
Feeling anxiety is not a sign of failure or weakness. #loved
Counseling can be an effective way to address areas in your life that keep you from experiencing more of God, richer relationships, and the ability to enjoy in a vibrant life. #ChristianCounselingbit.ly/2oTwRwq
An apology that only acknowledges that another person was offended by your behavior and not how the person was actually harmed by your offense is not an apology.
A true apology will recognize the harm, take responsibility for the offense, accept the consequence, and make amends.
Looking for something folksy, fun, and full of coffee? Head over to Spotify or YT and look up the Espresso Song by the Divers.
Then there's the TV Dinner Blues, the sweet Snowfoot Waltz, and the simple life of Willie. Y'all, I got some college memories going on here. pic.twitter.com/gsKSN1ruBq
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