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Leave Judgment for God

Leave Judgment for God

As human beings, we have a bad habit of judging others. It’s easy to do. We see someone who is doing something we view as bad, or living their life in a way we disapprove. So we look down on them. We criticize them. We think they should be making better decisions or...
How to Choose a Counselor: 4 Key Questions

How to Choose a Counselor: 4 Key Questions

I’m a big fan of counseling. Whether you are dealing with a major psychological problem, or just want some help working on some personal issues, meeting with a professional counselor can be a great way to get the help you need. I’ve had a lot of experience with...
Regression and Growth

Regression and Growth

Sometimes we tend to experience a period of regression right before a period of big growth. I noticed this in my own life over the past several months. I was getting ready to get married, which was a huge deal for me. But as the wedding date neared, I found myself...
Relationship: Developing Connections

Relationship: Developing Connections

This blog post is Part 11 in a 12-part blog series on Christianity and justice. (If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) After doing some background reading and research to get educated on the issue you are passionate about, the next step is to develop...
Integration of Story and Experience

Integration of Story and Experience

This blog post is Part 4 in a 4-part blog series on Integrated Faith. (If you missed the first blog post, you can find it here.) In this blog series, we are taking a look at aspects of our spiritual lives that might be out of step or disconnected with the rest of our...
Go For Two

Go For Two

I spent the last week in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, doing some research on how people are recovering psychologically and spiritually after the flood. On Sunday, we had the day off from collecting data, so I decided to take a quick trip to New Orleans and see the Saints...
Love That Little Guy

Love That Little Guy

I found an old picture of myself from when I was about 3 years old. We were at a family reunion in northern Minnesota, and I was driving a little red train. I don’t have a personal memory of that experience, but I looked joyful and free. As I reflected on the picture,...
Balancing the Bible

Balancing the Bible

The Bible is an important book for Christians. For many of us, it provides not only a historical narrative for how God has engaged with humans over the course of history, but also a set of guidelines for making moral and ethical decisions. When I was growing up, I was...
3 A’s for Change

3 A’s for Change

This post is for those of us who want to change something in our lives. Maybe you want to improve your marriage or relationships with your kids. Perhaps you want to do better at your job, or find a job that is a better fit for your gifts and talents. Maybe you want to...
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