Clinging to Faith: How I Survived Body Dysmorphic Disorder’s Horror and Started Living

Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Looking at the quality of my present life, I couldn’t help but overlook the traumatizing experience that once impaired my ability to live, laugh, love, and appreciate the good things in life. I view it as something more nasty than Paul George’s lower right leg injury back in one of Team USA’s scrimmage in 2014.…

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Dear Church, Will You Help My Children Discover a Love For Jesus That Sticks?–Link-up #23

Church, faith that sticks, sticky faith

Dear church family, I have a favor to ask. I need your help with something that is far too big–and important–to accomplish on my own. Will you partner with me in helping my children develop a love for Jesus that lasts a lifetime? This tops my list of things that matter! The good news is that encouraging children to walk…

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My Faith Adventure, Roller Coaster and Experiment!–Link-up #19

faith is an adventure

Faith is an adventure, a roller coaster, and an experiment. It is most certainly not a dot-to-dot. Let me explain: Faith is an Adventure Hebrews 11, is referred to as, “The Hall of Faith.” It describes a group of men and women who, “Were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive…

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Coffee Shop Conversations: Psychology and the Bible–Share Page

Coffee Shop Conversations

What do you get when you combine the Bible, with psychology, and great coffee? Coffee Shop Conversations: Psychology and the Bible, is a highly-caffeinated book for Christ-followers that will help you live, love, and lead well! Solving The Love Problem Loving others is easy when people act nice and life is smooth. When life gets…

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The Healing Power of Conversation: Coffee Shop Conversations Live #1


Conversation is powerful! I discovered this firsthand, while facing a major storm in my life. After seeking wisdom from pastors and counselors–who where heavy on the advice and light on the conversation–my situation grew worse, and I felt defeated. You see, ten years ago, I was in the midst of a marriage crisis. The advise I received was…

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Bible Study Wisdom for the New Year

Bible study wisdom

The new year is here. It’s a time for setting goals, and seeking out new ways to grow our relationship with Christ. This week, I had the privileged of sharing a bit of Bible study wisdom, on my friend Gene’s site. Here’s what I added to the conversation: The best Bible study advice I know, is to keep pressing…

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