Blending Your StepFamily: Helping Your Child Cope With Divorce – Your Recovery Counts, Too!

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[display_podcast] If you have ever flown, you know the emergency instruction to parents traveling with children is to first put the oxygen mask on yourself so you can then put it on your child.  You won’t be much good to them if you pass out from lack of oxygen.  You must take care of you so you can then take care of them.  So it is with coping with divorce.  You must take care of yourself so that you can be there for them. Your own recovery is vital to your children.  If you can be calm and em … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: The Worldview Behind Porn with Sean McDowell, part 7

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. Pornography, by far, is the hardest addiction to break. But, it’s not humans who break it. It’s by the power of God alone. I see a couple of common things present in the people who I have seen who have wrestled with their addiction to porn, and come out of it, and God restores them. First is a true desire for God to heal them and to work in their lives. If someone is only 80% committed to this, healing isn’t going to … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 97: “The Test”, Dustin Nickerson & Taylor Mason

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[display_podcast] Women are often testing their men these days. The age old “test” is when she asks him, “Do these jeans make me look fat?” And, the truth is, we men – regardless of how many times we have heard of such tests – are never prepared. It’s a lot like when we are driving along the highway on a hot summer day and running into a huge patch of ice. It’s unexpected and we don’t know how to react when the moment arrives. Think of it as “Relational Black Ice”. Experts agree that this “Rela … [Read more...]

Confessions of a Closet Christian 24: Change Is Hard / Is Change Good?

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[display_podcast] Everyone experiences change. Change can be a good, much anticipated thing – like a wedding and a marriage, which is prepared for and fussed over. Change can be sudden and unexpected - like a job reassignment or change can even be tragic like a terminal diagnosis or the news of a divorce. Change – whether good or bad, anticipated or unexpected, is hard. When I got married, I had a very clear idea of marriage in my head. I knew what my happily ever after would look like. I can s … [Read more...]

Carty’s Contemporary Classics: Take A Look At The Snake, part 5

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It’s been said that there are four things that God doesn’t know:He doesn’t know a sin that He doesn’t hate. He doesn’t know a sinner He doesn’t love. He doesn’t know a plan any better than the one He gave us. He doesn’t know a time any better than NOW.John 3:16 tells us that:God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. Could He have figured out a better way to solve the problem of our sin … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 93: Life Purpose Coaching – Can Christians be Codependent?

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[display_podcast]“In the park we step on this bright shiny red merry-go-round. Everyone is happy and ready for a lot of love, fun and a great future.”   But then something happens.  A pattern has emerged.  There seems to be something very binding about your relationship.  You feel like you are in prison and you can’t get out.Codependency is living the myth that you can make yourself happy by trying to control people and events outside yourself.  A sense of control or lack of control i … [Read more...]


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