Justin Lippiatt grew up in South Africa and found himself constantly pretending to be somebody he wasn’t in order to gain acceptance from his peers and affirmation from his heavy drinking father. Justin shares how he has been set free and how the mask he had been wearing has been taken off. Continue reading “Taking Off The Mask”
Author: Tania Harris | God Conversations.
When I was in high school, I was nominated the person most likely to be married first by my friends. My dream was to be a wife and mother and nothing more. Continue reading “Singled Out: How to Flourish in Every Season of Life”
Gil and Brenda Stuart know all too well about the myriad of challenges that stepfamilies face. Continue reading “Encouragement for Remarried Couples”
What do you do when you suspect someone you know may be struggling with suicidal thoughts? Well, that’s what they’ll will be discussing with chaplain, Mark Bateman. Continue reading “Helping Prevent Suicide”
By making a few changes, you can reduce stress in your life, quiet the chaos and restore your sanity. In the second part of this podcast, Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory will give you practical ways to organize your schedule, say no, and increase your capacity for joy. Continue reading “Practical Help for When You’re Overwhelmed Part 2”
Author: Susan Joy | The Joyful Table.
Serves: 4 – 6 | Prep Time: 00:20 | Cooking Time: 00:30
This creamy spiced up version of pumpkin soup, is so delicious! I think pumpkin soup has to be the most popular soup for families. Serve with a dollop of natural coconut yoghurt or dairy free sour cream and a sprinkling of fresh parsley. Continue reading “Curried Pumpkin Soup Recipe”
The way you’re wired impacts how you respond to stress. Kathi Lipp and Cheri Gregory share on the four main personality types and how you can use your personality to quiet the chaos and restore your sanity. Continue reading “Practical Help for When You’re Overwhelmed”
Author: Tania Harris | God Conversations
I’ve walked down the aisle eight times. There was the lime green 50s sheath, the navy blue Jane Austen gown and the princess red number with sleeves puffy as parachutes. Each time I waved the happy couple off with confetti and cake and kisses. Each time I farewelled a best friend, having been supplanted in their heart by another. Continue reading “Just friends: A Model of Relationship for Singles”
One of the most common traps people can fall into these days is with porn and sexual immorality. Chris Danes honestly shares about the struggles with pornography he went through as a young adult and how he is now able to help others struggling in this area. Continue reading “Gaining Freedom From The Porn Trap”