Mount Crumpit Part 1
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Mount Crumpit Part 1

If you’ve lived life with people for any amount of time, you’ve probably experienced pain and frustration. None of us are perfect this side of eternity. Forming authentic relationships necessitates that we develop conflict and forgiveness skills.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas Part 1
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas Part 1

In my leadership journey, I’ve come across some strange Christians. These individuals seem to think that, if we pretend something isn’t so, it’s going to go away. For example, they ignore emotional and physical pain, claiming that it doesn’t exist. Some Christians see acknowledging the pain as a lack of faith. They think that, if they simply claim victory over it, it will disappear immediately 100% of the time.

Facebook Live Book Reading Part 2
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Facebook Live Book Reading Part 2

When I first came to Christ, I was excited about learning God’s truth. I read the Bible voraciously in those first few years, soaking up the wisdom and insight it had to offer. However, I had a major hurdle it would take me an entire year to overcome.

Facebook Live Book Reading
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Facebook Live Book Reading

One of the ways I’ve learned to deal with crisis is to feed my faith. What does that mean? Well, in days of hardship, when I’ve suffered physically, emotionally, mentally, and in other ways—I stayed in the Word of God.

Dealing with Disappointments Part 1
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Dealing with Disappointments Part 1

Proverbs 4:23 says, “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” In this verse is a key truth, which we often overlook. If every part of our lives is directly influenced by the state of our heart, we have some serious work to do in guarding and maintaining it.

To find out the condition of your heart, simply listen to yourself. Hear what you’re saying. Watch what you’re doing. The state of your heart will be revealed in the details of your life. The devil’s goal is to poison our hearts so that we, in turn, sow the same unhealthiness into the lives of others.

What Women Want Part 2
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What Women Want Part 2

We’ve been studying the relationship between men and women, specifically in marriage, over the last few weeks. Now that we’ve explored the primary wants and needs of men, it’s time to examine the needs of women.

What Women Want Part 1
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What Women Want Part 1

We’ve been studying the relationship between men and women, specifically in marriage, over the last few weeks. Now that we’ve explored the primary wants and needs of men, it’s time to examine the needs of women.

What Men Want Part 2
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What Men Want Part 2

In the last post, we discussed how the differences between men and women actually allow them to serve one another in unique ways. Women need love primarily, while men need respect. Before we can engage in selfless service to our spouse, we first need the love of God in our lives.

What Men Want Part 1
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What Men Want Part 1

When we examine the differences between men and women, perhaps the most poignant verse that helps us understand their differences is Ephesians 5:33. In this passage, Paul is instructing the church in how to submit to one another in love. He then transitions to addressing married couples: