It’s already April. So, how are your resolutions going? You may be sticking to them, or you may have already reverted to your 2016 ways. If you’re not happy with your efforts since the turn of the year, now is the perfect time to reflect, refine and return to your resolutions. Here are some key points that explain how to set realistic
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Advice for Introverts: Be You
Often, introverted people wish they could be a bit louder, more outgoing. But as Grant Stenzel says in this video, all you need to do is be genuine to who you are.
Even under the best of circumstances, parenting is difficult. But add special needs on top of baseline care, and it can be overwhelming. If your child has special needs, your lifestyle is much different than many of your extended family, friends and neighbors. You have daily complications they might not fully understand. No doubt you can
People often think introverts are shy and don’t speak up much, but that’s not entirely accurate. An introvert is actually someone who recharges during solo time, whereas extroverts are filled up by being with people. Often, introverted people wish they could be a bit louder, more outgoing. But as Grant Stenzel says in this video, all y
People who are great at caring for others often forget to care for themselves. But self care is an essential way to refill a depleted tank. Jennifer Stenzel of Stenzel Clinical has some helpful tips you can try the moment you get home today. Give yourself the gift of you time! You’ll feel refreshed and better able to care for the pe
Grant Stenzel will wrap up his Marriage Boot Camp series at The Compass Church Hobson Campus. On Saturday, March 4, “Taming Tigers” will take place. On Saturday, April 1, the series will conclude with “The Ringmaster.” Taming Tigers Children, obey your parents in everything, for this pleases the Lord. Fathers, do not embitter your c