When you are dealing with someone, be sensitive to the Holy Spirit. Differentiate between the Holy Spirit's revelation and your manipulation. Don't ignore red flags. Don't internalize, verbalize. And finally, don't give up meeting together in the Body of Christ. Community is where growth occurs. Preached at National Community Church. Used by permission.
Speaker: Mark Batterson
Scripture: Hebrews 10:24
Daring to befriend someone takes courage. Jonathan humbly protected and encouraged David. We are capable of loving others because we are loved by God. Part Two of the Daring Greatly Series. Casas Church, Tucson Arizona.
Speaker: Glenn Barteau
1. Porn causes men to feel like they “need” sex. The journal Human Brain Mapping published a study demonstrating that while many men and women have similar regions of the brain activated during the viewing of porn, only in men is there a significant activation of the thalamus and hypothalamus. The hypothalamus is responsible for primary drives for food, water, and...
Author: Luke Gilkerson
Dear Roger, I have been deeply offended because my spouse has been mistreated by a trusted friend and I can't seem to get past it. How do I find it in my heart to drop the offense and honestly forgive them? A Wounded Wife Dear "Wounded Wife." I am so sorry for the pain you are experiencing. It is incredibly hard to watch someone you love get hurt. The closer the...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Mark Marikos
Topic: Preaching & Teaching, Family, Abuse, Forgiveness
Most early signs of anorexia center on preoccupation with food or dieting. Behavior may appear obsessive or compulsive, and begin to consume more time. Eventually, disordered eating patterns will become more noticeable to others and potentially disrupt schooling, career, and relationships with family and friends. If you're concerned that you or someone you love may have an...
Author: Margaret Nagib
Topic: Disease & Sickness