When dealing with conflict, fight or flight are not the only options. We look at Jesus’ four-step solution to conflict resolution.
Of all the sins we commit, excluding people may be the greatest of all. It’s even more so if we reject people in the name of God.
Common wisdom is that faith brings healing. Yet, selflessly giving of ourselves to heal others can breed faith in itself. Not only does Jesus know this, he shows it, too.
When good things happen to us, is it because we deserve it? When bad things happen to us, is it because we deserve it? Do you get what you deserve?
“We struggle to change because we cannot change without actually changing.” How then do we cope with changing, especially when we know we need to? Herein are a few strategies.
Where does God fit into experiences where ‘fortune’ saves some, and misfortune ‘harms’ others?
The fourth, and final, entry in our series on Choosing Life. This time we discuss how your choices affect other people – even people you do not know.
This is the third part in our series on choosing life. This time the question we’re faced with doesn’t have as intuitive an answer as you would expect it to. The question is: What is life?
Part 2 in our 4 part series on Choosing Life. This time around we examine text through the guises of God. We ask ourselves: what do we learn about God from what we’re reading.
This is a continuation on last week’s post where we ask ourselves what we learn about God from textual analysis. It’s advised you watch the previous video to get a good sense of what this is all about.