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Life’s Challenges

Let go of regret

In her book 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do, Amy Morin lists how someone can get stuck in their past: You wish you…

Friends & Family

They comfort you

Have you read the Scarlet Letter? A woman named Hester is pregnant; no one knows the identity of the father except Hester and the…

Depression & Anxiety

Why, God?

A friend, colleague, husband, and father is suddenly called home to heaven. Why, God? Bluntly speaking, life stinks. When we grieve, and trust me,…

Living My Faith

Unzip that baggage

As a child of the 1980s, there were some interesting fashions: parachute pants, shoulder pads in sports coats, and my favorite—KangaRoos shoes, which were…

Bible 101

It’s just a thing

Do you know what happened to the first light bulb ever invented? After hundreds of hours of working by Thomas Edison, his errand boy…

Life’s Challenges

You are normal

When you find yourself addicted to destructive behavior, you might assume that you are not normal, the only one who struggles so deeply, so…

Bible 101

Never thirsty again

The thirstiest I’ve ever been was during my freshman year football practices. Our coaches would run us hard, and then the most glorious words…

Life’s Challenges

Can God love me?

Did you ever hear about the day John Lennon, one of the Beatles, wrote a desperate note to a televangelist? In 1972 Lennon reached…

Bible 101

You know

The prophet Jonah was sent to tell the people in the ancient city of Nineveh that God had taken notice of their wickedness. His…

Life’s Challenges

Temporary shame

While shame is a good thing (Jeremiah 6:15), God doesn’t want it to last too long. Just ask Eve. A few summers ago, I…

Bible 101

3 essential verses if you feel ashamed

If you frequently feel shame, that humiliation over your sins that makes you feel like you don’t belong and that you need to hide,…

Friends & Family

What the dying would have done differently

A few years ago, Bronnie Ware, an Australian author, wrote a book about her experiences in listening to dying people. As she dialogued with…