Once again, Relavent Magazine hits me where I live. I’ve often used this expression when giving advice to girls, and sometimes guys and if they asked me, I wouldn’t be able to give a good explanation of what that means. Read the article
This is something I need to remind myself. Needless to say, being 49 and still single, I’m not a good dater. I lose interest quickly, I’m bad at communication, and a whole host of things that I’ve been told. Personally, well, I’ll leave my thoughts out of it. Regardless, this is a pretty good … More Here’s How You Can Actually Enjoy Dating
Great article from Relevant magazine. Friendships take time and effort. Something that I’ve become keenly aware of this past year. Some friendships are tested and lasting and in a storm are a safe harbor even if they’re in the midst of their own storms and time and distance has often separated you. Others, well, … More Why Is Having Friends As an Adult So Hard?
So, has the title confused you yet? Maybe Intrigued you a little? Ahh, I didn’t think so. It’s my lame attempt at creative title making I guess. We’re going to continue to look at the next event in Peter’s conversation with us. We’re skipping over another huge moment in the Genesis of … More Conversations With Peter: Big “Things” happen before even Bigger Things Happen
Alright, Last repost of the day, mainly because I’ve got stuff I need to do, I’ll catch up on the “Conversations with Peter” either tonight or tomorrow, but I read this and it hit me square between the eyes. I’ve heard this more times then I can remember, and have said it to others … More No, Everything Does Not Happen For A Reason
I’ve gotta say, I’ve been a bad friend….quite often. Below are 5 symptoms (according to Relevant Magazine) of a bad friend. Enjoy the read
I was preparing to post this week but got distracted, a bit of undiagnosed ADD probably, lol. Seriously though, I was going to post something about my old youth group being at camp this week and blah,blah, blah, blah, but then at my Life Group last night we talked about letting closed doors alone … More Conversations With Peter: The Dynamic Duo and a Sorcerer?
This is another great, but brief, article on helping teens cope. When I first started in youth ministry, I thought it was all about trying to “fix” teenagers, so when a teen came to me with a problem, I’d give them a 5 point plan to fix what the issue was, or I’d tell them … More Helping Youth Develop Coping Skills
This was taken from an advice column from http://www.relevantmagazine.com. I’m a little torn about this article and feel it’s a bit of a simplistic answer. I too believe that GOD us calls to reconciliation and restoration, but what happens when the attempt is made and rejected, or the perception is that you’re just … More Should I Rectify Past Mistakes or Just Move On?
5 Ways to Rebuild A Broken Relationship There’s so much I could say about broken relationships, having had quite a few of them. I’ve been able to patch most of them up. There are some that may never be rebuilt because I lit the bridge on fire then watered the ashes and kicked ’em … More 5 Ways To Rebuild A Broken Relationship | News | Hear It First