Joy in the midst of trials. It seems counterintuitive. Can one truly find joy during difficult times? According the Bible, yes. Read on to discover how your faith can be strengthened in the midst of a storm. Joy In the Midst of Trials: How to Find It “Thank you for this trial,” said no one . . .
This post has been a long time coming. And I hesitate to write it. As I sit here staring at my keyboard, I worry that, in my attempt to convey my personal story filled with painful trials to you, I’ll come across as a pathetic victim eager to gain your sympathy, and that you will read the words I . . .
How to Deal With Change Change. Some resist it like the plague. Others embrace it. If you’re like me, you’ve done both. How you view change often depends on the situation at hand. But one thing’s for sure–it is inevitable. We can try with all our might to keep it from . . .
I meet a lot of people who tell me that they want to make changes in their lives. But I’ve noticed that most people just aren’t willing to put in the work that it takes to make it happen. Excuses abound, the clock keeps ticking away, and everything stays the same. And the complaining continues. We . . .
At some point or another, we have all dreamed about what it would be like to be a super hero. To possess mind-blowing super powers that would allow us to do amazing things. Like having the ability to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Or utilize the power of invisibility and be the proverbial . . .
Our culture paints failure in a bad light. We’re taught to avoid it at all costs. Because cool people don’t fail. Because it’s bad news. Because failing means you’re doing something wrong. Or headed the wrong way. I used to feel that way. I used to feel incredible anxiety knowing . . .
Have you ever noticed that once you start trying to make positive changes in your life that circumstances, people, and life in general seems to wage war against you? Good. That means you’re doing something right! Are some people trying to hold you back from accomplishing your goals? Excellent. . . .
Napoleon Hill once said “There are not limitations to the mind except those we acknowledge.” Whoa. Taking this quote to heart means that we have the power to either invite limitations into our minds or ask God to take captive the negative thoughts associated with these limitations. I don’t know . . .