How can you put your life back together after addiction? Healing happens when you reintegrate healthy connections with yourself and others. Once you admit you’re broken, you must agree to look at reconnecting the pieces of your life that addiction has torn apart. Your relationships may be strained, estranged, or severed. Your health may be …
Stopping the Relationship “Tug-of-war” The Game We have all heard of the childhood game of “Tug-of-war”. This is a test of strength, where each end of a single rope is pulled by opposing sides, both of which hope to gain control and take the rope from the other. The one who ends up with the …
This soundtrack you’ve been living with wasn’t recorded overnight. Instead, it’s a compilation of messages you’ve heard, impressions and impacts you’ve assimilated, and conclusions you’ve reached over the course of your life.
Through all of the chatter and static this life puts up, one truth should always ring aloud and clear: God created you; He loves and values you.
When you reject and turn away from that sin and instead pursue God, you are cleansed and returned to your childlike state of being pure in heart.
Two paths promise to lead you to your desired destination. However, the one you choose may not be the most popular, but it may lead you to true happiness.
When the world and its negativity threaten to suck the joy right out of you, drawing near to God can cause it to flood back into your life.
Hope is not a rejection of your present circumstances. As God often works, hope is strengthened in its quality by your present, hopeless circumstances.
Inherent in our celebration of the birth of Christ is our celebration of the Holy Father. God goes by many names, all of which imply the same – unconditional love, of course, but also our unwavering trust.
When God is truly your spiritual navigator, you may drive the car, but He is in charge of the direction you’re not thrilled to be taking.
God knows every negative thing you say to yourself; He hears the words of despair you utter and offers words of encouragement instead.
The first step toward freeing yourself from limiting thoughts is naming the negative “tunes” that play on a loop in your head.