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The 5 Lies of Panic Attacks


When panic attacks occur, the sufferer hopes that the terror will stop instantly and never return. This is a certain truth about panic attacks: no one wants them, ever. Panic attacks are brief episodes of intense dread accompanied by physical symptoms like an irregular or rapid heartbeat and sweaty palms. When you’re in the middle of one, they seem anything … Read More

July 13, 2021


Freedom through Faith


This weekend there will be gatherings all across our country to celebrate our independence and freedom.  As a culture, we value our freedom highly, and because of recent restrictions experienced by so many, perhaps this year’s celebrations will be a special reminder not to take that freedom for granted. This yearning for freedom was put into our hearts by God … Read More

July 2, 2021


Listening in a Loving Way (Part 2)


At one time or another, you’ve probably heard someone say in a dismissive tone: “I’m just not a good listener!” Whether we get distracted by what we are going to say next, are easily offended by unfair criticism, or feel overwhelmed by needing to find the right words to reply, quality listening is complicated. Add to that the fact that … Read More

June 24, 2021


Listening in a Loving Way (Part 1)


If you look around in our culture today, we are consumed with arguments and divisions. Whether it be COVID, #churchtoo, BLM, doctrinal differences, CRT, or a whole other variety of hot topics, we are arguing with one another at an ever-progressing pace. Some families and churches are also consumed with divisive spirit. You may feel overwhelmed when thinking about what can change … Read More

June 17, 2021


5 Benefits of Training Your Leaders in Care and Counseling


As many churches wrestle with the post-pandemic restart of their church, many look forward with anticipation of the ministry opportunities ahead. We have experienced a resurgence of churches interested in pivoting from an emphasis on the platform-based ministry to a more balanced approach that preaches the word publicly but shepherds the word personally. Someone asked me the other day if the … Read More

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June 2, 2021


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