When Thanksgiving Lacks Contentment

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Contentment on Thanksgiving? Sometimes it abounds, sometimes it’s elusive. Today’s encouragement comes from guest writer Lynn Mosher, who uplifts the soul at her website. As I listened to a preacher on television one Sunday morning, he shared something that impressed me. So I knew I had to share with you. A Letter to Dear Abby Years ago, Jason Lehman’s grandmother … Read More

Contentment: A Book Review

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Contentment: Even for Christians, contentment may seem an impossible day-by-day reality. It’s so easy to slip into discontent, right? My own quest for contentment prompted my purchase of Megan Hill’s Contentment: Seeing God’s Goodness right when P&R released it. Her 31 days of devotional readings and life application has helped me keep my focus on Jesus as our ultimate hope. Get a … Read More

Tired of Discontentment? Here’s Help!

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Are your tired of discontentment? Do you want to discover the secret to contentment? Guest blogger Hayley Satrom is a biblical counselor at Heart Song Counseling in the greater DC area. This article appeared first at Biblical Counseling Coalition and is used with permission. I wish I were as pretty as she is. If only my husband would take me … Read More

MONEY: Learn How to C.A.S.H. In!

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Money. Most people think they have too little money in our age of discontentment, says guest writer Paul Tautges, a pastor and biblical counselor. In his article, which appeared first here on his website, he shares C.A.S.H., helping you gain a biblical perspective of wealth. His article is used with permission. We live in a time we could legitimately call … Read More

I Just Want Happiness

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“I just happiness” — who hasn’t said these words?! Today’s guest blogger Julie Ganschow is director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center in Kansas City, MO, and a certified biblical counselor who helps the hurting find true happiness. This article appeared first on her blog and is reprinted with permission. What makes a person happy? How do we know when we … Read More