Yes. No. Two very small words carrying major import when applied to the essential areas for building a solid, God-honoring family and home. There are stands you can take—yes and no—to significantly reduce financial pressures, time pressures, or people pressures in your home. Scripture, as always, offers ..
Chicagocity, Part 2: Sweet Home Chicago: The Dynamics of Healthy Families
by Gene Appel
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Identity Theft, Part 1 & Part 2
by Mike Breaux
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Identity Theft, Part 3 & Part 4
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Jesus says in our conversations that we should let "our yes be yes and our no be no." The whole issue of personal "boundaries" results from this phrase. Those of us who live lives with weak boundaries in friendships, with family, at the place of work and in our spiritual lives are usually compliant ..
Restoring Weary Souls, Part 2: Building Better Boundaries
by John Ortberg
Criticism-we take it to heart and we sometimes put it on the hearts of others; and when presented callously or spitefully, it can deeply wound. This message builds on the wise advice of Solomon-"Do not pay attention to every word people say"-and suggests a series of steps we can take when critical comments ..
Satisfied? Part 4
by Shauna Niequist
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Because of misinterpreting some of the apostle Paul's teaching on freedom in Christ, issues of sexual immorality were becoming prevalent with Christ-followers in the Corinthian church. Paul reinforces to the Corinthians and to us our bodies are not meant for unrestrained sexual freedom. God has designed ..
Simplexity, Part 11: 1 Corinthians 6:12-20
by Wayne Alguire
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Decades, deep, durable-descriptives that should define all marriages, but that will be evidenced only because of conscious effort by spouses. This message isn't about picking a partner; rather it's about relating and growing together in the marital bond through several practices that are crucial in ..
Stronger in Marriage
One definition of discipline: doing the right thing regardless of how you feel in the moment. This message speaks to three components that impact discipline: delayed gratification, advance decision-making, and celebrating small victories on your journey toward discipline. Whether it's in the area of ..
Stronger in Self-Control
by Bill Hybels