Episode 22 dives into all the many ways we try to feel whole, valuable, accepted, and loved. Noah leads the way with opening up about some current struggles he is dealing with. This leads to a conversation about what to do with our brokenness and the amazing way God’s love can be experienced in the midst of not knowing how to fix ourselves.
What does the Bible say about anger? Ditch Your Goals for Adventures, Ditch Your Anger for Peace I’ve struggled with anger for most of my life. There are generally two types of anger. One is projected toward a specific person or persons like the spray of a machine gun, the other is brooding and internal […]
So to start out, this is a hilarious video. If this describes you, or a loved one, it’s likely you should continue reading… This post has a tongue-in-cheek element to it, but as a recovering sports nut myself, it’s also meant to be taken seriously. Too often we can rationalize sinful or idolatrous behavior “because […]
For most of my life, my insecurities have caused me to care too much about what other people think of me. When we first started our church, I decided we would not count how many people were in attendance each week. Didn’t want to focus on the wrong things, you know? Didn’t want to make […]
I’ve struggled with anger most of my life and have been encouraged to have made some recent discoveries that have been very helpful. While many people’s anger is toward other people, i.e. frustration, retaliation, and revenge, mine is typically directed at inanimate objects. I drop a plate and it breaks; I get angry. I throw […]