Are We Raising Kids to Be Anxious?

I remember when our family balanced multiple sports and boys' choir, plus schoolwork, church and social activities. It was a busy lifestyle as our three sons grew into tweens and then teenagers with the accompanying peer pressures to boot.

We experienced '90s-style stresses. Along with daily homework, we faced the occasional craziness of a bigger school project. And every now and then, our boys would make comparisons such as Im not as smart as so-and-so. But for the most part, they e

Two Steps to Crossing Barriers

In John 4, Jesus stops at a well while traveling through Samaria and engages a woman in conversation despite their racial and religious barriers. Samaritans were a mixed race that Jews refused to associate with. Understand, Jews did their absolute best to avoid Samaritan communities at that time.

Jesus went straight for this area. I can only imagine that when the disciples heard they were going through Samaria they thought, Man, this day is about to get really interesting. It did get

Accountability

Accountability

Jeremiah 29:11

Jeremiah 29:11

You See Me

You See Me