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A Gospel-Centered Response to Criticism

When someone corrects you, and it hurts, one of the most significant tips for you to remember is that God has already said the worst things about you on Calvary’s hill. And with the most horrible comments about you previously communicated, you have nothing to… Continue Reading …

Ep. 137 Being Pastoral Can Be Better Than Being Theological

Shows Main Idea – There are times when it’s wise to withhold the truth from individuals because what they need more is redemptive care. This thought is not unbiblical, as Jesus withheld the truth from those that He loved. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts… Continue Reading …

Four People Types Who Get Stuck In a Rut

Four People Types Who Get Stuck In a Rut

Someone once said a rut is like a coffin with both ends knocked out. I’ve been in one of those coffin-like ruts. It’s an awful place to find yourself. My “rut” lasted nearly a decade. Seasons like these make walking with God hard. Prayers seem… Continue Reading …

How Can I Be More Honest with My Spouse?

How honest can you be with your spouse? Is your marriage vulnerable and safe enough to communicate honestly? Are you free from critique and condemnation, which releases you to talk transparently? Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, TuneIn, or… Continue Reading …

The Power of the Critical Wife

“Death and life are in the power of the tongue and those who love it will eat its fruits.” The wisdom of Proverbs teaches how a critical wife will eat the fruit of her words, good or bad. Her call to submission does not mean… Continue Reading …

The Insecure Wife Who Lives With a Harsh Husband

When a wife has been shaped by her past to be insecure marries a husband who is prone to harshness, their marriage will be an endless loop of relational conflict. The first responsibility is for the husband to learn how to build up his wife… Continue Reading …