Bringing kids up is one of the most challenging and yet rewarding stages of your life. The sad thing is that most people are so engrossed in making sure that everything works out well and focusing on the future that they never really learn how to appreciate parenthood. If you have your own kids,
  If a close friend of yours has a problem with drugs and/or alcohol, you might be unsure about what to do. You want to assist them, but you’re not sure what to do or where to start. Here’s how to help a friend struggling with an addiction.   Listen to Them   Addiction is
  Alex Hitchens said it best, “No game. No guile. No girl.” Hitch hit the big screen and inspired men to raise their game and get the girl. However, fast-forward to 2018, and we’re stuck in a junior high montage of fearful men and confused women. I’ve seen too many male friends struggle to break
    In today’s modern world, it can be hard to keep up with your family. It’s common for Christians to feel as though they’re disconnected from their family members. But things don’t need to be this way. There are a few simple methods that you can use to strengthen the bonds between you and
    “Drip. Drip. Drip. Drip.” Welcome to the incessant sound that invades my space and challenges my senses. It won’t stop. Regardless of how many times I’ve examined the cup or peered at the lid, this monolithic drip continues to challenge my patience and peace. Why? What is wrong with this Starbuck’s cup? THEN,
    “WOW” The key word encircled the room – beckoning us to take heed to this catchy saying. We were asked to whisper it to our neighbor, bellow it across the room and hide it within our soul. The room was held captive by this pastor’s riveting personality, but the message was lost within a sea
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      In the past month a new show on Netflix titled 13 Reasons Why has been sweeping the culture. Many people of all ages are watching, and due to some of the content and subject matter it is gaining popularity. In my context as a Youth & Young Adults Pastor, I am constantly