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Lazy People Aren’t Lazy Primarily, But Have a Pleasure Disorder

Lazy People Aren't Lazy Primarily, But Have a Pleasure Disorder

It is exceptional for a lazy person to be lazy. If you observe their lives, you will see many biblical qualities like intentionality, pre-meditation, work ethic, and imagination. The primary problem is not their laziness, though you may feel that the most. The underlying heart… Continue Reading …

Quick and Dirty Tips for Building a Relationship

The best relationships are the messiest ones. At first glance, it sounds odd, right? How can good friendships be dirty? Because we’re fallen, broken people, and to live well with others requires getting into the muckiness of each others’ lives. If you’re interested in going… 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 …

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 …

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 …