Biblical Advice For Those Struggling With Cutting and Self Harm

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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One of the most common reasons that people seek Biblical counseling lately is because they have recently attempted suicide or had suicidal thoughts. In a large number of these cases, the person needing counseling is a young lady around 12-14 years of age who has a recent history of cutting herself or doing other acts […]

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Biblical Tips and Advice On How To Manage Employees

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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Hardly a week goes by without hearing a story about someone who was mistreated at work by their employer. Likewise, it has become commonplace in some industries for employees to walk off the job and damage company property if they do not receive the pay and benefits that they demand. These, in addition to sensationalism […]

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6 Important Reasons To Bring Hidden Hurts To God For Healing

by Crystal McDowell
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Why do we hide our hurts? For some of us it’s because of pride, fear, or shame. Yet in order to grow up spiritually, we must deal and bring to light our hidden hurts for healing. There’s no painful experience that God can’t touch and use for His glory. We must be willing to admit […]

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7 Habits To Develop To Become Less Judgmental and More Loving

by David Peach
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We’ve all been told that we should not judge a book by its cover. Of course, most of the time when that statement is made we are not talking about books. We are talking about judging other people. The truth is, until I open the book and see what’s inside, I can’t really know what […]

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4 Tips For A More Peaceful Family and Household

by David Peach
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A more peaceful home with less stress is something that everyone in the family can enjoy. Much of the conflict in a family comes from lack of clear communication of what is going on in the family and what is expected from each member of the family. With these four areas of focus, don’t miss […]

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5 Surefire Ways To Strengthen Your Faith

by Jack Wellman
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Here are 5 great ways to fire up or strengthen your faith straight from the Bible. Serving in the Hard Places If you think you need to have your faith strengthened then try serving someone.  For one thing, it allows us to see just how much we have been blessed by God.  Our church started […]

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5 Ways to Cope with Mentally Ill Family Members

by Crystal McDowell
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Dealing with mental illness can be perplexing problems for families. Someone in your family could have heart disease, cancer, or broken bones—and you could talk about it, receive empathy or help. However in the ignorance and negative publicity about mentally ill people, there comes a stigma along with fear. When dealing with a mentally ill […]

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6 Ways To Connect With Long Distance Grandchildren

by Pamela Rose Williams
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I have been a “Grammy” for several years now and all of my grandchildren are a long distance from me. I visit them as often as I can and I miss them terribly when I am away. Through the years I have found some ways to connect with those long distance grandchildren. I must also […]

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How to Push Back on Peer Pressure for Teens

by Crystal McDowell
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People can experience peer pressure at any age; however, for teenagers it can be especially more difficult. The teen years are a time of change—spiritually finding what you really believe about God, emotionally realizing the power of feelings, and physically changing every day. Throwing on pressure from your peers is like adding fire to a […]

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How To Be Faithful In Small Things

by Crystal McDowell
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Many times we are impressed by those who accomplish tremendous feats of faith in God. We are tempted to see them as great spiritual warriors when the reality is that they learned faithfulness in the small things first. God shows His tremendous grace and power through believers who’ve humbly submitted their lives to Him. In […]

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