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Reflective Study On Victimhood and the Need for Hope

Reflective Study On Victimhood and the Need for Hope

Living in hope while resisting the temptation of victimhood can be the hurt person’s most significant struggle. Hope is vital when bad things happen to any of us. Too often, legitimate victims place their hope on the wrong things, even if it’s anger or revenge.… Continue Reading …

Seven Tips for the Parent Who Blew It with Their Children

The Father regenerated me when I was 25-years old. My parents did not rear me in a Christian home, and you could describe my childhood years as dysfunctional. My parents could not have done a more mediocre job, but the Lord chose to save me… Continue Reading …

Day 23 – I Failed As A Parent. Now, What?

31-Day Parenting Devotion Day 23 I FAILED AS A PARENT. NOW, WHAT? Whatever the LORD pleases, he does, in heaven and on earth, in the seas and all deeps. (Psalm 135:6) Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, TuneIn, or… Continue Reading …

Ep. 74 How Not to Fall Like a Leader

Shows Main Idea – A supporting member asked me, “Why do so many of our prominent Christians leaders fall into sin and how do you help protect leaders from moral failure?” I’m on the board of a national organization, and this is one of our… Continue Reading …

Eight Reasons Perfection Does Not Glorify God

Striving for perfection is a futile way to live. It perpetuates internal turmoil and frustrates your closest friends. Though God does not want you to live a sloppy, haphazard life, He does want you to know that perfection comes through your weaknesses–your inability to be… Continue Reading …

Why You Need to Know You Can’t Fix People

I have worked in ministry as a hospital chaplain, and one of the big lessons that chaplains learn early in their training is the rigor of accepting the inherent limits in the pastoral care of patients, families, and staff. You may want to read Seven… Continue Reading …