Afraid to try and fail—again—another healthy eating and exercise plan?
But we face those choices when we’re making goals for 2018. If you’re like me, it’s easier to think of other goals to focus on, rather than fitness goals. (“Hey, let’s read 100 books in 2018!” or “Let’s clean out every closet and get rid of every piece of clutter!”)
Some of my readers know I started my journey out of a pit of despair back in 2014. I was depressed, anxious, and basically wished I didn’t have to walk around on this earth anymore.
I often had thoughts like these:
I wish I could be someone else. Why do I hate myself so much? Read more
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Merry Christmas from me to you! May the gift of our Savior awe you anew on this holy day.
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Christmastime gives us the opportunity to catch a small glimpse of what God intended the world to be, when He created it in its perfect state.
Today I have the honor of hosting Jim Watkins, author of
The Psalms of Asaph: Struggling with Unanswered Prayer, Unfulfilled Promises, and Unpunished Evil.
Why? Why? Why?
Guest post by James N. Watkins
If you have children,nieces and nephews, or younger siblings, you know that a three-year-old’s favorite word is why.
Holidays are wonderful!
Holidays are horrible.
Ever feel that way? Even both at the same time?
I love so many aspects of the holidays, but sometimes they exacerbate dysfunctional relationships and add extra stress to already-full schedules. Oftentimes they remind us of loved ones we’ve lost.