Monthly Archives: February 2016

When we adopt a performance-based mindset, we welcome shame and fear into our lives. Shame tells us something is wrong with us. Fear tells us we will be rejected, we don’t belong,...
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When God’s children stray from His heart, it is often because they, too, wrongly see themselves as unlovable orphans. This causes them to question the Father’s love for them, no matter what...
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The first problem [resulting in us looking for greener pastures] is unhealed pain in our hearts. When we are wounded, it’s like a little place in our souls is broken or...
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Many Bibles refer to this story [in Luke 15] as the parable of the prodigal son. I like to refer to the father, not the younger son, in this story as the true...
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