Category Archives: Christian Living

Blogs and articles about living a Christ-led life!

What is Reconciliation

Dear friend, Personally, I know what it’s like to feel the pain of a broken relationship—I mean, the hurt, the heartache of a ruined relationship. What agony! And I know what it’s like to yearn and pray for a restored relationship—a heart-to-heart reconciliation, only to have that reconciliation clearly denied. No matter how much I Continue Reading

5 Gift Ideas for Your Pastor During COVID

5 Gift Ideas for Your Pastor During COVID 2020 has been a difficult year for us all, especially for our churches. Now with online meetings and video conferences becoming the new norm, church attendance numbers have reached an all-time low. Though many churches have switched to online fellowship, still thousands have had to shut down Continue Reading

14 Signs of Unhealthy vs. Healthy Caregiving

Guest post by June Hunt When caregiving is handled in an unhealthy manner, both the care receiver and the caregiver are negatively impacted. When a caregiver is rushed, pushed, harried, and overwhelmed, the care recipient feels like a burden, a hindrance, and begins to lose hope. In contrast, a caregiver who is dependable, well-rested, and Continue Reading

4 Short and Simple Journaling Questions to Refresh Your Faith and Purpose

Purpose Is Essential to Health and Healing By Dr. Gregory Jantz Many people hear the word purpose and think it applies only to grand, world-changing work. Not necessarily. Purpose is the unique thing we each have to offer the world, no matter how big or small. It is a matter of investing your gifts and Continue Reading

2 Ways to Find Healing in Prayer

Guest Post by Dr. Gregory Jantz Just as we were created to take control of our thoughts, have a healthy range of emotions, be social beings, and fuel our bodies well, we were also created with a soul that needs care and attention in order to thrive. The idea of deepening your spiritual life may Continue Reading

SHARE: 7 Dangerous & Debunked Myths About the Coronavirus

Someone recently said to me today, “Everyone’s posting all sorts of news and updates. Who knows what’s true out there?” That’s the dangerous thing: false information can spread as quickly as this virus can… It’s true that there’s a lot of information out there. Not all of it is helpful, and some of it is Continue Reading

How to Start Healing from Emotional Abuse

Guest Post by Dr. Gregory Jantz The message of emotional abuse is often “You never do anything right.” The reverberations of this message may cause you to set the bar too high on what counts as progress in recovering from the effects of emotional abuse. Healing isn’t a task you have to be perfect at, Continue Reading

Are Online Dating and Matchmaking Biblical?

QUESTION: “Is it scriptural to participate in matchmaking services?” ANSWER: Since the 1990s, online dating and face-to-face subscription dating services have mushroomed in popularity among non-Christians and Christians alike. As with any major decision that relies on judgment and integrity, a decision to use dating services should be approached with great caution and care—and great Continue Reading

Seasonal Affective Disorder: What It is and How to Overcome It

Maybe the pumpkins have come out or the Christmas lights are going up. Cheery music plays in all the shopping centers and on your car radio. Children giggle while waiting in line for a chuckling Santa in the mall. But the fun festivities on the outside don’t match the sad–or sometimes depressed–feelings you’re feeling on Continue Reading

Celebrating Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims

Guest Post By Hendrickson Rose Publishing Author Meadow Rue Merrill Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays – and not just because of the pie. I love gathering with family and friends, sharing a bountiful meal and heading out in the crisp November air for a post-Thanksgiving walk, all long-held traditions. But for Continue Reading

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