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When You Unknowingly Act Like the Unkind People You Decry

When You Unknowingly Act Like the Unkind People You Decry

When you see unkindness in others, do you quickly recognize it for what it is? Do the vitriol on the Internet or your more challenging interpersonal relationships bother you? Are you quick to call out uncharitable judgments? What about you? Do you see traces of… Continue Reading …

Do You See Me As an Angry Person?

Do You See Me As an Angry Person?

One of the most effective leadership opportunities that you will have is to ask those close to you how they perceive you. And because we all struggle with anger, asking if they see you as an angry person is an excellent query for them. It… Continue Reading …

Practical Thoughts on How to Disagree with Others

Practical Thoughts on How to Disagree with Others

You’ve heard the expression, “we can agree to disagree.” It’s catchy, but how are you when it comes to disagreeing with someone who believes differently from you? Are you quick to attack and slow to think? Do your passions run ahead of any redemptive possibilities… Continue Reading …

Do You Worship the Hugeness of God Like a Child?

Do You Worship Like a Child the Hugeness of God

I love small humans; they make life in this fallen world so much sweeter. My favorite of them are at that age when they can speak well and begin to reason, but they don’t take themselves too seriously yet. You may want to read: How… Continue Reading …

Submission Is Repugnant. What Do You Think of Me?

Submission Is Repugnant to Me

I used to be a feminist, then I became a Christian, which does not mean I’m unequal to any man. Loving equality and submission are not as complicated as it may seem on the surface. Sadly, I did not understand this common-sense Christian truth back… Continue Reading …

When It’s Okay to Go Against Your Husband’s Wishes

There may be times in life when the best way for you to honor the Lord is to go against your husband’s wishes. Total subservience to your husband without appeal or alternatives is not taught in the Bible. You may want to read: How to… Continue Reading …

How to Respond to Bad Books and Those Who Love Them

We should be able to trust Christian content. Sadly, many times we can’t. And there aren’t any warning labels on the harmful material. Much of what flies off the shelves of Christian stores hinders people’s growth in the grace and knowledge of our Lord, Jesus… Continue Reading …

The Practical Wisdom in Overlooking Some Sins

There are times when you interact with individuals who do not share or understand Christlikeness to its fullest depths. When they sin, do you rebuke them on the spot, or do you overlook it because you have a redemptive objective in view? There may be… Continue Reading …

Are You Intimidated About Sharing Your Faith?

Have you ever been intimidated at the thought of defending your Christian faith to others? Do you think that because you don’t know every answer to every question someone might say you are not qualified to speak up for Christ? Would it bless you if… Continue Reading …

But Wait! Change Is More Than Mere Confession

The confession of sin is one part of full repentance. If you want to change your life, you will have to do more than confess your sins. We’ve been talking about why Christians sometimes don’t change. You may want to read: Four Essentials That Authenticate… Continue Reading …