How are you doing? Hope you are keeping the momentum from the New Year going… As I’m sure you already know, right about now people start floundering with their New Year Resolutions, Intentions and the like… Tomorrow is the 3rd Monday of the New Year and known as Blue Monday… The end-of-year drive, the holidays merriment…

10 PRACTICAL, BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES FOR A HEALTHY MARRIAGE  Agree on everything before you take action. (Amos 3:3)  Husbands, treat your wife with love, and she will feel respected. Wives, treat your husband with respect, and he will feel loved. (Ephesians 5:33)  Make the same effort to bring happiness to your spouse that you did during…

SILENCE IS GOLDEN One morning on the radio I heard a Christian comedian talk about a humorous “proverb” that goes like this: “A closed mouth collects no feet.” This is something I think we can all relate to, because who hasn’t put their foot in their mouth at some point? Biblical Proverbs have much to…

STRESSED OUT, ZONED OUT, FREAKED OUT The number of people seeking help for anxiety is rising rapidly! According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, “Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every…

CHARACTER CRUMBLES WHEN COMPROMISED One morning as I drove to work, I heard a song by “Casting Crowns” titled, “Slow Fade.” The song is about guarding against the little compromises that wear down our integrity. It uses lines from a popular Christian children’s song, “be careful little eyes what you see, be careful little ears…

Every day we are faced with any number of decisions to make; and how we make them will depend on factors such as inborn temperament, life experience, and the influence of others. Many decisions are routine and familiar, but every now and then we are called on to make decisions that will have significant consequences.…

“There is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.” You could easily replace the word “criticism” with the word “failure” in this great quote by Aristotle. Fear of failure causes us to miss out on life. When we’re so afraid of failing at something, we either don’t try at…