generosity

Generosity: An Amazing, Healing Power

Generosity. . .is an amazing, healing power. When you are generous — or someone shares with you — don’t up feel uplifted? Energized? Joyful? This article by counselor Lucy Ann Moll, which appeared first here on her website, shares an uplifting story of generosity. Has a friend generously listened to you lately? Or given you a helping…

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Blood of Jesus: So What?

The blood of Jesus has 6 extraordinary meanings for Christians in need of counseling. Guest writer Kevin Halloran serves with Leadership Resources International. This article first appeared here on Unlocking the Bible and is used with permission. French philosopher Voltaire and American President John Adams are famous for their criticisms of Christianity because they thought…

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worrier

Curse of the Over-Thinker!

Over-thinking: Did you know this is another name for a habitual worrier? Guest writer and biblical counselor Julie Ganschow of Reigning Grace Counseling Center shares help and hope for people prone to worry. This article appeared first on Julie’s blog and is used with permission. I know a woman who has spent a large part…

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4 Skills Every Christian Needs

Every Christian needs these 4 skills: effective prayer, truth application, listening, and wise patience. Which can you help others learn? In which do you need help. Guest writer Matt Mitchell, a pastor and author of Resisting Gossip: Winning the War of the Wagging Tongue (CLC Publications, 2013), also blogs at “Hot Orthodoxy.” This article first…

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discernment

I Need Discernment

 Need Discernment? Who doesn’t? I read a line from Michael Hyatt’s blog the other day that really struck me as practically discerning: “If you don’t like what you see in the life of the messenger, it’s usually best to ignore the message.” In essence, Michael is advising us not to take advice from people aren’t getting the…

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What Does God Say to weary wives

What Does God Say to Weary Wives?

Today’s guest blogger is Wendy Alsup, who writes about God at her website, Practical Theology for Women. She loves math, theology, and whales, and has authored three books: Practical Theology for Women, The Gospel-Centered Woman, and By His Wounds You are Healed. Wendy lives in Seattle with her husband, Andy, and two children. The post…

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