Viewing entries posted in December 2017
If I were a silent voice inside your head right now helping you to build healthy relationships, you might hear me say, “Generally speaking, what is said is never what is heard.”
More times than not, we assume the worst, and then we start acting out what we think we heard. It’s like we instantly become mind-readers or something. And then we’re mad at our spouse, a friend, or a colleague, and they might not even know anything is wrong! Why? Because no one stopped to clarify, or even ask the question, “Did you mean that? Because I heard this.”
2018 might have exactly the hope you need to make this year the best one yet! So we’re challenging you to try something for 30 days that might be life changing.
Step 1: Choose to listen exclusively to KLRC’s uplifting, encouraging music for 30 days. Just see what listening will do to your perspective!
We've been pondering the unimaginable love of God, and how we can pray for such love in the lives around us. Paul is teaching us in Ephesians 3, praying that his friends would be rooted and established in love, and that they would come to know how wide the love of Christ is.
If we could have coffee today, I’d say, “It’s ok not to be ok.”
For many years, my life was mostly sunny, but then came “the storm.” Rain streamed down in my world and hurt poured out from a place in my heart that I’d kept locked for years.
Hearing that you child has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness is one of the hardest things a parent can face. In one moment life completely changes for the whole family. Hospitals and therapy and pharmacies become the new normal.