Month: April 2016

Eight Must-Have Tips To Foster Resilience In Your Kids

Growing up, my mother always told me that life wasn’t fair. Aside from the truth that Jesus loves me, this may have been one of her greatest gifts to me.

 

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When You Feel Like God Has Forgotten The Desires Of Your Heart

Sometimes maybe dreams don’t come true.

 

I held tightly to Psalm 37:4b (NIV) that He will give you the desires of your heart. I had memorized that verse as a little girl and recited it faithfully as I dreamed of what my life would be.

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Three Ways To Maximize Peace In Your Relationships

How to stop enabling and start loving well

 

A friend posted a quote on Facebook the other day. It said, We must not confuse the command to love with the disease to please. @lysaterkerust

 

How true, I thought instantly.

 

We struggle to know how to love, when to love, where to love. We grapple to acknowledge when our love isn’t loving, when it is nothing short of enabling.

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Just When I Thought I Was About To Go Under

I was helpless to prevent myself from drowning.

 

Such was the dilemma in all of my relationships.

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How I Leverage My Time To Maximize My Peace

I’ve always been intentional with my time. It’s one of the most important tools I have. It impacts nearly everything I do. Well, almost everything.

 

Like many others, time is always something of which I never seem to have enough. Too many distractions and too many demands make it difficult to accomplish the goals I have set.

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