Respond or React?

By: Linda Merriott Anger. We all have lost our temper at times. But when anger becomes a predominant emotion, we have a problem.  The Bible says ugly, hateful words should never come from our mouths, but if we grew up in angry homes, we learned how easily tempers can flare (Ephesians 4:29-32 The Passion). When we become parents, we tend …

Invalidation

By Joyce Herron, Founder of Trinity Christian School, Lubbock, TX Invalidation is to reject, ignore, mock, judge or diminish someone’s feelings. Emotional abuse victims can become so convinced that they are worthless that they believe that no one else could want them. Their ultimate fear is being all alone. Recently, as I was reading John 5, I recalled a lesson …

On Mount Moriah: Entrusting our Children to God

Carrie Vipperman has done it again. Written straight from the heart on an issue that will stir us in the core of our being. No matter what the mountain looks like that you are currently scaling, this post will challenge and inspire. Thanks, Carrie.   ——————— I have a sweet, spunky, extremely girly, completely fearless, two-year-old girl named Moriah Faith. About a …