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What to Do When You Can’t See What You Should See

What to Do When You Can't See What You Should See

Have you ever had a good run with the Lord, and then all of a sudden, you were surprised by your lack of faith? Something caught you off guard. It’s one of those, “Just when you’re doing well, then, bam, something bad happens” scenarios. I’m… Continue Reading …

When You Finally Realize That God Is Not an American

When You Finally Realize That God Is Not an American

What if God is not an American, and His primary concern is not to keep us from having first-world problems? Is it possible that the Lord has other plans than our pursuit of happiness, and that He may not be totally on board with our… Continue Reading …

Ep. 179 The Mysterious Interplay of Fear, Anger, and Self-Reliance

Shows Main Idea – To be afraid is to be normal. Nobody comes into the world—except for Jesus—unfearful. Fear is a core “Adamic problem” that we all get at birth, and it can tempt anyone to anger, which is why it’s vital to understand the… Continue Reading …

How to Find Answers Today for Tomorrow’s Problems

One of the most common counseling questions I am asked, if not the number one counseling question is, “What am I to do when (such and such) happens in my life?” Anxiousness about a future desired outcome is a common concern for all people. Listen… Continue Reading …

Will God Get It Right: the Accusation of the Worrier

Will God Get It Right_ the Accusation of the Worrier

An individual characterized by worry is a person who is uncertain if God will get things right. Not only is the worrier unsure as to whether God will get it right, but the worrier will typically take matters into their own hands. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts… Continue Reading …

Mind Mapping a Lady with a Small God

The path to a “small god” begins in childhood. It leads to self-reliant living, which is always destructing to relationships. The way out of this type of dysfunction is possible with a little help from competent friends. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on… Continue Reading …

Fussy Parents Make Insecure Kids

Parents have the opportunity to export security or insecurity to their children. The type of behavior they exhibit to their children will have a generational impact on them, either for good or evil. Shaping influences are powerful. Though parenting does not save a child, the… Continue Reading …

How To Help a Double-Minded Person

How to Help a Double Minded Person

Every person has two heads. The human community is a world of two-headed people. James called this double-mindedness. At times we think and act one way, and at other times we think and act another way. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes,… Continue Reading …

It’s Easier to Trust God When You’re In Control

It’s easy to trust God when you’re in control of things. In such cases, you feel secure, confident, and comforted. Of course, the problem with that kind of thinking and living is that it’s not how God calls Christians to live. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …

Case Study: Procrastination

Mable is 43 years old. She married Biff 21 years ago. She says she is in a good marriage. They get along well. Mable and Biff have been Christians for 35 years. He is an executive for a local accounting firm. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …