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There are certain situations/outcomes beyond my influence. That’s life. I do have control over my response. Will I fuss, pout, or argue? Or will I opt to be patient, thoughtful, and gracious? Will I choose to be grateful for life and its opportunities or will find I fault with every situation and the people around me? How does my faith influence and inform my perceptions, responses, and ultimately my hope for this day (and every day after)?
“And so I am working on remembering that when I am caught up in mom guilt, I need to be found under the gaze of another. I need to see more than myself, and more than my failure. I need to see him who sees me. I need to see him who is a kind, loving Father.”
The concept of Christians getting therapy shouldn’t be a big deal but for some, it is. Sometimes it is said that “If Jesus is enough, then we don’t need therapy.” but what if therapy is a gift from Jesus?
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! This season certainly has brought many changes into our lives both at home and here at Journey. One of Journey’s biggest changes is…
The Great Community Give is THIS Wednesday!!!
Donate on Wednesday, June 24! If possible, give between 11 a.m. and 12 noon, as we want to have the Most Donors during the Brunch Power Hour to unlock a $1500 PRIZE. Every donor will make a difference!
This spring, Ally Padilla presented a virtual Parent University for Blue Ridge Christian School to help parents and educators alike navigate the current adolescent mental health crisis.
The Book of Esther offers a message of hope for women who have experienced sexual violence; it provides a glimpse into the healing and redemptive power that God’s inherent Word can provide to a hurting soul.
“Though Jesus came two thousand years ago, the darkness has not, and will not, overcome his saving work. My prayer this Christmas is that you will welcome Jesus and know the blessing of his love, his light in whatever darkness you are facing, and his life that overcomes death.”
This week, let’s focus on developing a deep, rich appreciation for life and what we’ve been given. Here are some simple, but practical, ways to facilitate this in your family.
We want to share from Tim Challies, which considers risk factors and presents necessary questions for parents to take in to account as the process the decision: “Should I allow my children to attend sleepovers?”