Reading Time: < 1 minute We are joined by Tina Konkin, in this episode about Cyber Affairs and Infidelity and why we fall into the Manhole of feeling good with compliments and appreciation from other women.
Reading Time: 3 minutes We live in a time where we are barraged by the constant demand to “Don’t be…!” You hear it from everyone, friends, family, influencers, and social justice warriors. We know that there are many things we shouldn’t be and that we have to be something, the question is, what should we be? Be Jesus!
Reading Time: 4 minutes Some men are brought up that they do not need anyone else. The message of the Lone Wolf is that, although there is an entire pack available to you, it’s better for you to walk an isolated, lonely path. The fact is, no man can be a lone wolf and walk in their faith alone.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you want to experience better relationships? Who doesn’t! The best place to start, as with all things, is with Scripture. But be ready—what you find might be different than what you were initially seeking.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Saying ‘YES’ to everyone is not good, especially when you are just doing it to appear good in his or her eyes. You feel depleted, exhausted, and even feel like everyone depends on you. So why is the word ‘NO’ so important in a person’s life and why does it relate to reasonable service?
Reading Time: 3 minutes My sudden entrance back into the world of singleness has left me a little bewildered. Apparently sending pictures of various organs or fully nude is commonplace. However, this post is about sex, marriage, Hollywood and how society is descending into anarchy.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Am I enough? This nagging question can cause us to soul search – but is it the right question? The self-analysis helps in accessing our goals, but not in the interpretation of all the facts. The trifecta of shame, guilt, and fear cause us to be fragmented, resulting in a punctured soul in Jeremiah 2:13.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why are our relationships so conflicted? One of the biggest reasons is because we tend to worship and serve the creation rather than the Creator. The very thing God created to reveal his glory becomes the glory we chase. Let’s look at the words of C.S. Lewis when applied to our relationships.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you move away from others because you want to be safe and avoid hurt (isolation)? Or do you move towards others because you think you need them to live (immersion)? While most of us don’t tend to live at either of these extremes, we do tend towards independence or co-dependence. Where we are on the continuum varies within each relationship, but in most cases, the problems we have in relationships tend to fit one of three relational profiles.
Reading Time: < 1 minute When you rest in the righteousness of Christ, your marriage (and all other relationships) will grow for these two reasons.