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Slaying the dragon of self-hatred

One of the most frequent problems I deal with in counseling and coaching is self-hatred. People often tell me, “I know God loves and forgives me, but I can’t forgive myself. I hate myself.” Self-hatred is every bit as much a sin as other-directed hatred. We are all God’s image bearers and, although we might not like aspects of ourselves,…

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Talk about practice!

How do you do live a life that really matters? How can our faith outlive our physical years? I can relate this to my actions to maintain a weight loss of 132 lbs. Now that I have succeeded at my goal, I want to maintain my goal weight. So how do I do that? I continue to make healthy lifestyle choices regarding food and exercise. Now that I know…

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Godly goals and daily action for your family

Life is lived in 24-hr blocks. Whether it’s saying grace before dinner or praying with your spouse, keep it simple. Commit to one thing, then reinforce success one day, one week, one month at a time. Prevent “self-sabotage” by: Focusing on short-term, achievable goals Finding a combination of disciplines tailored to your family…

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Yes, I want to live like that

Hebrews 11 is full of faith stories that are inspiring. Their faith has made a big difference in my life. The awesome stories recorded in the faith “hall of fame”, remind us of who God is and motivates me to know and seek Him more. How could we not be moved by a God who parts the waters of a raging sea, leads a nation out of slavery…

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Dealing with doubt

The Easter story wouldn’t be complete without the inclusion of “Doubting Thomas”. Sometimes I think that loyal follower gets a bad rap. Haven’t we’ve all struggled with doubt at one point in our faith journey? If I was honest, I know I have. It’s true that Thomas was a doubter, and labeled…

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How to rehab faith

Physically, there are many reasons why people work out; one reason is rehabilitation. They were hurt or became ill. Rehab defined: “Treat or treatments designed to facilitate the process of recovery from injury, illness or disease to as normal a condition as possible.” So some people aren’t in the gym just…

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When you’re the world’s best at age 18, what’s next?

It was 2002, at the young age of 18, that Kelly Clark became the first American female to win an Olympic Gold Medal in snowboarding.  It was a short 2 year trip from that mountain top experience to a feeling of complete emptiness that left Kelly not even caring if she woke up the next morning. When you feel like the best has past you by in…

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