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The Confident Christian, and Why He’s So Dangerous

posted by Carolyn Henderson

When I was a young woman and a new Christian, I used to swoon in the presence of the Confident Christian Male. I’m sure you’ve met these Alpha Omega types: they command a room as soon as they effect their […]

Do Negative Thoughts Affect Your Prayers?

posted by Carolyn Henderson

There’s a difference between the gods of the world and the one, true, eternal God. While that sounds like an obvious statement, it doesn’t seem so when you talk to many Christians who, purportedly, worship the latter. A colleague of […]

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Longing for Success
If you want people to read an article you write, or watch a video you post, just make sure that the title has the word, "Success" in it. (I know. I just did that. Did it work?) Fortunately, I am not attracted by these headlines that really reel the readers in, (preferring, instead, articles with

posted 7:31:44pm Aug. 20, 2014 | read full post »

Alone But Not Lonely
I live in a society that is desperately afraid of being alone. So alarmed are we of solitude that we define normalcy by how many groups we belong to: "I go to church, Sunday School, and small groups." "I volunteer through our Give-Back-to-Others program at work." [caption id="attachmen

posted 7:13:16pm Aug. 18, 2014 | read full post »

How Long Will We Let Other Christians Call Us Dogs?
Those of you who have lived with, or through, a fifteen-year-old girl know that adolescents of this age generally fight self-esteem issues. Call it hormones, peer pressure, society, or fat days, 15-year-old girls need a lot of love and reassurance that they are beautiful, beloved people. [caption

posted 7:45:03pm Aug. 15, 2014 | read full post »

Five Steps to Achieving Your Impossible Dream
Sixteen years ago, m

posted 7:35:04pm Aug. 13, 2014 | read full post »

Feeding Marshmallows to Our Minds
[caption id="attachment_1009" align="alignleft" width="337"] Growing a garden, even a small one, is something many of us can do, even if our only plot space is a window box. Child of Eden, original oil painting by Steve Henderson; licensed open edition print at iCanvasART and Framed Canvas Art.[/cap

posted 8:44:45pm Aug. 11, 2014 | read full post »


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