Anger can be a good thing and we would be wise to heed its warnings when it goes off.
Guilt and shame often get confused for one another but they couldn’t be more different.
If you’re currently living at the intersection of Fear Lane and Terror Drive, know that God is asking you to change your address.
Hopefully, we’ll all get a little bit better at paying attention to these warning signs, loving ourselves, and, as a result, we’ll love others even better.
Have you ever thought that maybe, just maybe, Jesus wants to go swimming with you?
What do we do when the arrogance monster rears its ugly head? Because, even if we like to deny it, it’s sure to strike again, usually when we least expect it.
Rereading Proverbs 16 sets me straight when I’ve drifted away from Truth.
No matter your age, let’s begin to see ourselves and others how God sees us. More than that, let’s act in a manner worthy of the calling that he’s called us to.
As uncomfortable as it can be, community is a vital part of our healing process.
The truth is, regardless of your relationship status, God wants your heart and that’s not ever going to change.