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How to Find Comfort Knowing You Can’t Change People

How to Find Comfort Knowing You Can't Change People

The unchanging person is the loving caregiver’s greatest struggle. You love them and want to help them. You pour out your heart for them. But they do not change. Sometimes you push too hard. Other times, you give up. Knowing how to respond to each… Continue Reading …

A Proactive Plan to Care for Others

A proactive plan to care for others assumes that you love people. If you don’t love people, your starting point is repentance. But if you do count others more significant than yourself, here are some helpful thoughts to motivate you to care for them well.… Continue Reading …

Three Keys That Will Make Your Small Group Dynamic

Building a close network of friends inside a local church is one of the most challenging things you’ll ever do. If there is a temptation to dismiss this idea, will you consider how you could position yourself for this kind of community? Listen to the… Continue Reading …

The Benefit of Being Intentionally Intrusive In Your Relationships

Living in a relationship, which I am defining as close to another person, means you will be disappointed and hurt by that person. It is unavoidable. Since Adam fell in the garden, we have been helplessly unable to stay out of a relational conflict. Listen… Continue Reading …

How to Care for Clueless People

Let us go ahead and level the playing field: we are all clueless to some degree. We all need help. We all need grace. It does not matter which demographic you represent; you need grace and mercy. We are grace-dependent creatures. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …