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Thanks Giving: Three Life-Changing Ways to Practice Gratitude

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ID-10032933You get up when it’s dark and get home when it’s dark. You haven’t got that promotion yet. The neighbor’s car is a whole lot nicer than yours. It seems your house never stops falling apart. Maybe you’re still not married, and you’re hitting yourself over the head with all the milestones and goals you just can’t seem to accomplish.… Read the rest →

Coping With Conflict in the Church

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Have you ever been hurt by someone in the church?

In the following video, Grant takes a look at different ways conflict can happen within a church organization, and what you should do if you encounter treatment you feel is unfair or hurtful.… Read the rest →

Thoughts on Love, Fear, Shame and God — Part III

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rgottleib-frameBy Robert Gottlieb:

Shame and fear are like a fungus. They live off of garbage, thrive in the darkness and begin to grow on you over time.

Whether it be to a teacher, brother, sister, boyfriend, girlfriend, spouse, or to God — admitting weaknesses and needs is hard and takes courage.… Read the rest →

Thoughts on Love, Fear, Shame and God – Part II

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By: Robert Gottlieb

rgottleib-frameFor Part I of this article, click here.

When I was younger, I had a difficult time comprehending many subjects in school, especially math and science. Coming from a family in which my grandfather is a chemical engineer, my oldest brother a meteorologist, my other brother a civil engineer and my father gifted in black arts of electrical engineering, I sort of expected I’d at least be able to do fractions.… Read the rest →

Event: Walking in a Manner Worthy of Our Calling: Honoring Our Most Sacred Relationships

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Untitled-300x241Save the Date! — Tuesday, April 9th

Grant and Jennifer Stenzel are joining with Wheaton Bible Church, Dr. Greg Smalley and a variety of respected professional counselors and pastors from the community to present “Walking in a Manner Worthy of Our Calling: Honoring Our Most Sacred Relationships”.… Read the rest →