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Posted on 12/2/2013 by Justin Holcomb
For many Christians unfamiliar with the liturgical year, there may be some confusion surrounding the meaning of the Advent season. Some people may know that the Advent season focuses on expectation and think that it serves as an anticipation of Christ’s birth in the season leading up to Christmas. This is part of the story, but there’s more to Advent.
Posted on 11/25/2013 by Paul Tripp
Why do we all seem to want more?
Why is it so hard for us to accept less?
Why do we get haunted by bigger and better?
Why is it so difficult to be satisfied?
Why it is so hard to be content?
Posted on 11/21/2013 by Biblical Soul Care Harvest Bible Chapel
I don’t know about you, but I sometimes really blow it when it comes to listening well. I am too up in my head about what I want to say in response to really hear the other person’s heart. In thirty years of counseling and fifteen years of marriage here is what I’ve have learned:
Posted on 11/19/2013 by Tullian Tchividjian
A marriage is a like a petri dish for the weight of conditionality and the beauty of one-way love. Husbands and wives are often so hard on one another, merciless with their demands and expectations, their criticisms and silences.
Posted on 11/13/2013 by Rachael Rosser
Websters defines waiting as the act of remaining inactive or stationary while looking forward to a future event. The free online dictionary defines waiting as remaining or resting in expectation. I remember reading a little story on my friend’s refrigerator when I was in high school. The gist of the story was that you
Posted on 11/11/2013 by Leslie Vernick
“I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I promise, I won’t do it again”, sobbed Cory, a nine year old who was on his way to his bedroom for the evening after hitting his little sister, again. As parents we’ve all been there. A ninth hour apology made to avoid the consequences of parental punishment.
Posted on 11/5/2013 by Paul Tripp
Have you noticed that everything in your life wears out? The sweater that you loved so much and wore winter after winter, is now stuffed in the bottom drawer of your dresser, threadbare, unused, and unwanted.
Posted on 10/28/2013 by Paul Tripp
Passivity is rarely the result of a conscious decision. You don’t wake up one morning and say to yourself, "I’m going to begin to view myself as powerless. I’m going to look on God as small. So from now on, I’ll just close my
Posted on 10/25/2013 by Biblical Soul Care Harvest Bible Chapel
How much effort should we put in helping small group leaders be equipped in biblical counseling? That’s an excellent question.