Posts from December 2016

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Seven Principles for Angry Parents Disciplining Angry Children

by Admin

by Kevin DeYoung I hate to admit that the title of this blog post too often describes my household. I never (or at least it seems that way to me) lose my temper with my wife, my staff, or my congregation. But sadly, I too often feel (and act?) like that little Anger guy fromĀ Inside […]

Your Wounds Do Not Define You

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Words and actions are powerful. They can build people up, or tear them down. They can pour out love, or breed hate. They can establish trust, or destroy it. They can soothe deep and powerful wounds. Or they can create them. Most of us have experienced wound-inflicting words or actions from other people at some […]