Resources About Self-Perception
Jacob wanted a blessing, but God wanted a confession first.
When we make bad decisions, we often sacrifice the permanent on the altar of the immediate.
In this powerful sequel to Dorie: The Girl Nobody Loved, Doris Van Stone addresses the sexual abuse she suffered as a child. Her experiences will give you insight into this … See More >
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My husband and I have been married for 30 years. It’s been tumultuous at best, and started with the fact …
Janice, first of all let me say that my heart certainly goes out to you. You know it’s a reminder …
The explosion of technology has come with a host of challenges for both parents and children. Addictions to video games, pornography, and yes, even social media are becoming common in our homes. How do we guard our hearts in a culture filled with seductive images available on …
Self-perception lies at the core of who we are and the way we behave.
Her name is Kourtney. I will tell her story in a moment. First, however, I’d like to explain some theological matters about God’s relationship to those who are born with a disability or with limited giftedness and a perceived lack of physical beauty. What is God’s involvement, if any, in the way each of us was formed, our appearance, or who we would strive to become? Many theologians seek to absolve God of all responsibility for the “mistakes of nature” by posing the argument that because of sin, nature is fallen. Therefore, God has a “hands off policy” about many … Read More >
Many people struggle with secrets that destroy their souls. These messages not only diagnose the problem but also give a prescription for those who seek hope and healing. Here is … See More >
When we give over the little things we have in our hands, God can do mighty things.