In this episode, Christine Chappell guides a powerful conversation with Pastor/author Rush Witt on the topic of fighting against diehard sins and destructive daily habits. Rush shares about his personal experience with biblical counseling, helps listeners unpack the undercurrents of our heart struggles, gives practical steps for attacking "acceptable" sins while avoiding the pitfall of destructive introspection, and ultimately offers courage and clarity for the Christian who is desperate for change but feels stuck in the struggle.
In this video produced by Thrive Moms, I share five biblical truths that help mothers overcome anger by grace. Post also includes helpful links to biblical resources and audios to equip mothers to examine their hearts on the subject.
If you find yourself in a season of chaos, let me first tell you that I understand completely. I have found myself in such a season, and it is not for the faint of heart. Yet even in these challenging times, we have an unique opportunity to put our faith into action. There is something about […]
If you are a woman fighting against depression, I pray that these resources are helpful to giving you comfort, encouragement, and hope. If you are a family member or loved one supporting a woman who is struggling with the pain of mental burdens, I pray that these resources will help you find the wisdom needed […]
“Have you realized that most of your unhappiness in life is due to the fact that you are listening to yourself instead of talking to yourself? Take those thoughts that come to you the moment you wake up in the morning. You have not originated them but they are talking to you, they bring back […]
At first, I recognized the title. Then, I recognized the cover. Finally, I realized Brett and I had purchased this book on our Kindle a few years ago, and there it has remained, held hostage by the loss of the Kindle’s power cord. Personally, I don’t enjoy reading eBooks—power cord or no, I wouldn’t have read it. […]
This review is quite different from the others I have written thus far. It’s actually a bit strange to not toot the horn of a book as loudly as I have previously, but I figured that in fairness I would share my likes and dislikes about this book because it’s worth it and well-deserving of […]
It may come as some surprise that this is only my second time through one of Mr. Lewis’ highly acclaimed classics; the first journey having been in the pages of A Grief Observed. Although the two titles vary in category (the fiction of this recent read versus the non-fiction of the latter), the brilliance of Lewis’ […]
Dare I say I was a tad bit giddy when this book released, if only because of the title. In a time when my own ministry purposes seemed to be up in the air, this book offered page after page of affirmations which added fuel to a fire I suspected was already burning. There were many wonderful […]