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Blog Entry | Marriage >
Photo: sakhorn38; freedigitalphotos.net   Some of your marriages may feel like a prison of loneliness.   Some of your families are facing medical and financial catastrophes that threaten to suffocate you if you think about them for longer than five minutes.   Some of you can’t take a step or draw a breath without physical pain.   Some of you are hurting because a close friend or relative has moved away and you feel isolated.   I can’t ev»
Blog Entry | Health >
Easter is one of my absolute favorite holidays, and hunting for beautifully decorated Easter eggs is one of the most fun traditions associated with Easter!  However, getting sick due to a food-borne illness is an Easter egg hunt catastrophe!  Let’s look at a few tips to keep our eggs safe and edible this Easter.  Before you start working with eggs, it is important to wash your hands and your work area thoroughly. Check eggs for any cracks an»
Blog Entry | Bible Study >
The books of Samuel and the Kings tell the story of the Israelite Monarchy. They are full of sweeping battles, conquests, and catastrophes. Larger than life characters and deeds fill their pages. Yet the story of the kings begins with the story of a woman whom all but a few had written off. She had no children. Her husband had taken another wife (who seemed to be a kid factory) in order to make sure his line continued on. Yes, he loved her, but w»
Blog Entry | Bible Study >
The books of Samuel and the Kings tell the story of the Israelite Monarchy. They are full of sweeping battles, conquests, and catastrophes. Larger than life characters and deeds fill their pages. Yet the story of the kings begins with the story of a woman whom all but a few had written off. She had no children. Her husband had taken another wife (who seemed to be a kid factory) in order to make sure his line continued on. Yes, he loved her, but w»
Blog Entry | Counseling >
This post is an excerpt from the study guide which accompanies the “Overcoming Depression-Anxiety: A Suffering Paradigm” seminar. This portion is one element from “STEP 6: LEARN MY GOSPEL STORY by which God gives meaning to my experience..” To RSVP for this and other Summit counseling seminars visit bradhambrick.com/events. There are many God-questions that arise in the midst of depression-anxiety. It is nearly impossible»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ. For he himself is our peace, who has made us both one and has broken down in his flesh the dividing wall of hostility. Ephesians 2:13-14 We all build fences. It is an essential part of the human condition. We categorize and re-categorize ourselves and others over and over again in order to protect our fragile egos and in order to minimize any compl»
Blog Entry | Devotionals >
Mark 9:38-42 38 John said to Him, “Teacher, we saw someone casting out demons in Your name, and we tried to prevent him because he was not following us.” 39 But Jesus said, “Do not hinder him, for there is no one who will perform a miracle in My name, and be able soon afterward to speak evil of Me. 40 “For he who is not against us is for us. 41 “For whoever gives you a cup of water to drink because of your name as fo»
Blog Entry | Inspiration >
God is there when loss is great when the enemy’s attacks seem to much to bear. God is there to see you through! God is there when hope, resources and friends are few God is there to see you through! God is there when the enemies lies darken your mind and bring you to despair God is there to see you through. God is there when calamities and catastrophes abound. God is there to see you through. God is there when death overtakes those you love and»
Blog Entry | Art >
Since I had recently done a different award post, I wasn’t sure whether I would do this one. But when not one person, but two, sent me a nomination, I decided not to argue with fate! So let me begin by thanking both Luccia Gray (at Rereading Jane Eyre), and Urbandementria, for nominating me as a Very Inspiring Blogger. Both of these ladies are very inspiring in their own right, and you may want to check out their blogs: http://lucciagray.com/ h»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
“So trust in the Lord (commit yourself to Him, lean on Him, hope confidently in Him) forever; for the Lord God is an everlasting Rock (of safety and assurance).” –Isaiah 26:4 This has been a monumentally stressful week for me. Among the challenges I received a letter from my husband’s employer that, due to federal regulations, our medical insurance was changing and premiums would be raised. Essentially, my husband’s coverage would remai»