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Sunday, 25th February, 2018

De-Commercializing Christmas

Recently, I read Crazy Love by Francis Chan, and one overarching theme in that book is the crazy love of God and how our response to that love should be crazy different lives. I’m not…
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The Investigative Quiet Time (Part Two): Hunting for Comparisons

Read Part One of the Investigative Quiet Time Series HERE   “He’s as cute as Liam Hemsworth.”   “She can sing like Taylor Swift.”   Comparisons are a part of our everyday lives. When they’re…
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How to Survive the Holidays With an Eating Disorder

Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional and I strongly urge anyone who is struggling with an eating disorder to get help by confiding in a parent, trusted friend, pastor, doctor or counselor.  …
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How We Can Overcome Our Hardest Struggles

Think about the “worst” sins you’ve committed. Maybe it was a porn addiction, the betrayal of a family member or friend, deceiving someone to benefit from self-interests, or maintaining a damaging relationship.   Now think…
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Gone to War (Part Two): Finding Your Spiritual Weeds

  Read the first post in the Gone to War series HERE   Bushes circle the inside of the fence on the eastern perimeter of my backyard. The original owner likely planted them for the…
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Loving Ourselves-How to Have a Healthy Self-Esteem – Part 2

Read the intro to the Loving Ourselves Series HERE Read Part One to the Loving Ourselves series HERE   When we’re not valuing ourselves the way we should, of course it is important to treat…
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Gone to War (Part One): When the Devil is Messing with Your Mind

  “For still our ancient foe Doth seek to work us woe; His craft and power are great, And, armed with cruel hate, On earth is not his equal.” From “A Mighty Fortress is Our…
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Don’t Hold Your Breath: 3 Truths for Overcoming Worry

Too often, my lungs burn from the pressure of holding my breath.   Will I marry? Am I loved? Will this friendship work out? What if that fear comes true? Have I failed?   Being…
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Is Social Media Lying to Us?

Selfies at the beach. Photos with friends. Videos of hysterical laughter.   What do all of these things have in common?   They are all part of the social media pit that has swallowed our…
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I Am Thankful For…

The autumn season leads into one of my favorite holidays: Thanksgiving! The seasonal food that is only served once a year has to be one of the top reasons that I love it so much,…
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What Does Kindness Truly Cost?

Recently, a friend mentioned receiving an unexpectedly snarky text. I could tell that it had struck a chord. Most likely, the text had been sent in the spirit of “fun,” but it came across as…
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Loving Ourselves: How To Have a Healthy Self-Esteem – Part 1

Have we been criticizing our weight; our face; our social skills? Have we scolded ourselves mentally for not getting something right? Do we feel like failures? There are so many ways that we may be…
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Five Truths We Need to Hear When We’re Depressed

The Psalms are full of times where David pleaded with God to relieve him of the darkness which threatened to overtake him. He talks about his heart growing faint (Psalm 61:2) and about proverbial waters…
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The Investigative Quiet Time (Part 1): Hunting for Contrasts

Do you like detective shows? I sure do! Figuring out a mystery, hunting for clues, and accomplishing justice makes for an entertaining way to spend the evening. Hunting for clues isn’t foreign to Bible study…
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