Wandering

Sometimes, we wander to sinful addictions and habits that ensnare us. Other times, we wander to Satan's lies because they seem more believable than God's Truth. And other times, we wander to self-pity and self-defeat because our situation seems to difficult to handle. But take heart, Wanderer. You don't walk alone.

Grieving the Goodbyes…Again

I drove away from our church pondering the reality that I may never see my youth pastor or his family again. I can’t remember specific events that impacted me so much, but I do know that he and his family impacted my church and desired to draw us toward Christ. Are goodbyes supposed to be this hard?

How We Can Overcome Our Hardest Struggles

When we fall into sinful habits, we usually respond in a number of negative ways: We become irritated and impatient, demanding that God remove temptations. We try to find ways to cope with it, stress-eating or overdosing on medication or isolating ourselves. We constantly worry about the situation, wondering if God is there and if He will even help us. The problem here is that we’re so quick to forget that God isn’t like us. He is so much greater and so much stronger than we are.

Dealing with Difficult Feelings

Our feelings change dramatically as we get older. Now they are deeper, longer-lasting, and more painful. They consume more of our lives than they did when we were five. Even though our emotions are now harder to deal with, I want to tell you a little secret: our emotions do not have to control us.

Grieving the Goodbyes

Thankfully, I haven’t had to endure many goodbyes. I said goodbye to my grandfather before he passed away, I said goodbye to a close friend when she moved to another state, and I said goodbye to my sister when she headed off to college.
But now my home is taking a temporary trip to a distant land called “college.”

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