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Diagramming the Heart of the Angry Person

Diagramming the Heart of the Angry Person

Have you ever wondered what is going on in the mind of the angry person? It’s not what you might think. Anger is our most common and problematic enemy. If practiced often, it can become a habit that destroys relationships. It’s more than a behavior.… Continue Reading …

How to Be Awesome in Three Easy Steps

How to Be Awesome

What if your husband was awesome? What if your wife was awesome? How do you help your children to live in awesomeness? These are important questions and, fortunately, the Bible does not leave us in the dark when it comes to being remarkable individuals. Listen… Continue Reading …

The Critical Difference Between a Log and Speck

I want you to think about the last person who disappointed you. Do you have that person in mind? Great. What are your thoughts about them? How is the gospel guarding your mind from thinking unkindly or in other negative ways about that person? The… Continue Reading …

One Essential Quality Of an Effective Wife

One of the most critical questions a wife could ask herself is how she compares herself to her husband. Where she lands on this matter can shape the marriage for good or bad. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud,… Continue Reading …

Five Helpful Tips For Arguing Well

It is impossible to live in a fallen world and not argue or disagree with another individual. From birth to the grave, disagreements are part of our life. Listen to the podcast You may want to read: The Hidden and Surprising Side of Anger Anger… Continue Reading …

Day 21 – Two Acceptable Conflicts In Your Home

31-Day Parenting Devotion Day 21 THE TWO ACCEPTABLE CONFLICTS IN YOUR HOME The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost. (1 Timothy 1:15) For even the Son of… Continue Reading …

When You Get Angry, Do You See Yourself Correctly?

Anger is a universal problem. Everybody does it. For many people, it’s the most recurring sin pattern in their lives. It’s easier to be harsh than kind, to uncharitably judge than think the best, to shut people down rather than build them up. The number… Continue Reading …