“Joyful are people of integrity, who follow the instructions of the LORD. Joyful are those who obey His laws and search for Him with all their hearts. They do not compromise with evil, and they walk only in His paths. You have charged us to keep Your commandments carefully” (Psalm 119:1-4, NLT). Read more:http://www.gotquestions.org/Bible-compromise.html#ixzz3dRtM23xUcoachchristineJun 16,
So, you've got just $20.
Can you make it work for you? Can you make it count toward your health? Make it a priority to eat your veggies and make your money keep you healthy. Watch the video to find out how I do this by shopping fresh and local.
Eat your veggies!
The Issue: Conservatives are labeled all kinds of bad things. Christian conservatives are labeled more. The Challenge: Stop and THINK. Are those labels really true? What is it exactly that we stand and fight for? And it makes us the enemy to
When something goes astray, it's usually not good. Not in baseball and not in life. Going out of bounds has consequences, so our goal is to refrain from going into areas we know we shouldn't. And we ALL have those areas.
If boundaries limit us, why should we embrace and apply them to our lives and subject our families to them?
Listen now as we move through this episode and take an inward look at embracing and setting boundaries that affect us. Some are useful for
Kicking Your Buts Podcast. Excuses stop here.
What's the problem with a world without boundaries? You'll find that over time, every eroded boundary will only result in eroded freedom to live your life. And in the life management world, this is a very
Mirror Reflections Improve Relationships. Often times, the best thing we can do is stop blaming the other person for our relationship issues and start looking in the mirror.
We can't change the behaviors of others. But, we can control our own.
Whether you know it or not:
1. You already have people that influence you.
2. They're either positive influences or negative influences.
3. You influence others through your behaviors and actions.
We're all influenced by things that surround us. So,
There are two things to note:
1. You have to deal with toxic people in your life.
2. You may find that you're a toxic person to someone.
The good news? You can change both of these things by creating proper boundaries. The first thing you'll
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A little about myself:
Certified in Mental Health First Aid
Trained as a First Responder in Crisis Situations
A life and stress management coach with over 10 years experience
Former Career Coach with 6 years experience
Preacher in Community (Learn about my business vs. ministry here!)
Host of "The Gift of Gab" and "Kicking Buts" Shows
The author of "The Think Drink Life", The 7 Day Sermon" and 8 other books
Full-time wrangler of one active teenager, 3 house cats, and 1 crazy Boxer
Bible study teacher at our local soup kitchen
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Survivor of domestic violence, chronic stress syndrome, career burnout, volunteer burnout, 16 years of single parenting, political correctness, and the deceptive allure of achieving the "American Dream"
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