It’s Okay   I believe that this is extremely important for someone that struggles with an addiction to know. But you can’t confuse this with it being okay to keep abusing the thing or substance of your choice. When I say “it’s okay”, I mean that it’s okay that you are struggling. It’s okay because
  When a friend or a loved one is struggling with addiction, they can believe that there is no hope for them. They might think that their addiction is what defines them and that there is no path out. It’s not your responsibility to decide whether or not they get sober, but you can use
  Perfectionism: A (noun) and defined as the refusal to accept any standard short of perfection. It’s also a generational curse that has been spread across a lot of families, including mine.   It’s something that I am continually giving up to God. I’ve fully accepted this and that’s just to the start of my freedom. 
  Saint. Spiritual Leader. Gifted Preacher. Man/Women of Holiness.   These are some of the words that paint the image of an ideal pastor in evangelical circles, but what if I told you the Church has made a grave mistake – a mistake in overlooking the deep-rooted pain and untold secrets of their pastor. What
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  We’ve all been there. We enter that room, take that test, or try that job and feelings of being inferior to others creep in. However, is that a bad thing?   I pried one eye open as my vindictive alarm clock screamed at an unruly 4:46 am that it was day one of what these