Turning Over a New Leaf: Handling Moral Failure

Turning Over a New Leaf: Handling Moral Failure

Well, it’s the second week of January, which means we’re all probably already dealing with feelings of failure. Last year, I set a new year’s resolution for myself to lay off soda for a full year, but by June, I was already back on the sauce. Have you ever noticed how...
Surviving Difficult Family at Christmas

Surviving Difficult Family at Christmas

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] It’s that time of year again. The time when your family gets together to celebrate the birth of Jesus, our Savior…and to discuss your cousin’s divorce…and listen to your uncle go on and on about politics (which he clearly knows...
6 Bad Reasons to Quit Your Job

6 Bad Reasons to Quit Your Job

Don’t you love a good “I Quit” story? How about that guy who hired a quartet to sing his resignation to his bosses? That’s how you quit like a boss! While quitting can be a load off of your shoulders and feel great, the events that led up to that decision may not have...
Christina Grimmie and Counseling Student Grief

Christina Grimmie and Counseling Student Grief

The hashtag #RIPChristina is trending today as we all take a step back in shock over the tragic shooting of young musician Christina Grimmie. If you are in student ministry, you will probably have students asking hard questions. Why would God allow this to happen? Why...

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