How Can You Experience Lasting Change?

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Can you experience lasting change … at last? Maybe the change that comes to mind is your own, or maybe you are wondering about someone you care deeply about. For lasting change to happen, Jesus consistently reminded us that our hearts need to change first. Solomon stated this principle powerfully in Proverbs 4:23 stating, “Above all else, guard your heart … Read More

Win the War for Your Child’s Heart

Lucy MollFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking HopeLeave a Comment

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To win the war for your child’s heart, you’ll fight three forces. But first, you must recognize you’re in a war!  {Read the part 1 here and part two here in the Best Mom Ever series, at LucyAnnMoll.com.} They’ll help you to … 1.    Prepare! 2.    Recognize you’re in a war. 3.   Assume your role as a godly parent. 4.   Yield to God. This post calls you to fight … Read More

Criticism: How to Handle Criticism Wisely

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Criticism: Who likes it? Pastor and counselor Ernie Baker shares what he has learned from criticism and gives us counsel on how we can handle it. This article appeared first here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. Let’s admit it—no one likes to be criticized. It causes intense internal pain. David captured the experience well: … Read More

Reaching a Child’s Heart for Christ

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Reaching a child’s heart for Christ is something every Christian parent desires, right? This honest post by guest writer Barbara Reaoch appeared first here on Revive Our Hearts and is used by permission. When I was asked to lead the Children’s Division at Bible Study Fellowship, I knew it was a great privilege. But how naïve and prideful I was to think my experience … Read More

Anger! A Small Book About a BIG Problem

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Peace is a hot commodity today. We all want it in our anger-infused, Twitter-bombed world. But how? Biblical counselor and psychologist Ed Welch offers hope for change for people who struggle with irritation and want peace. Really, who likes anger? And as Welch sound-bites: To be angry is to destroy.  The 50 short meditations in A Small Book About a Big Problem: Meditations on … Read More