How to Come Out of Hiding

How to Come Out of Hiding

How we love to hide! It’s been that way ever since the Garden of Eden. (Genesis 3:8-10)

Wounds create shame. Shame leads to hiding. We hide whether the wounds we receive are caused by things others do to us, or things we do to ourselves. Is it possible to come out of hiding?

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When You Can’t Talk to Anyone (Even at Church)

When You Can’t Talk to Anyone (Even at Church)

Something is stressing you out. As hard as you try, your anxiety or depression seems to be eating you alive. You keep falling into the same sexual sin over and over again, and the shame seems too heavy to bear. Perhaps your marriage is simply miserable, and you see no way out. You need help, but it seems you can’t talk to anyone.

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How to Handle Suffering You Cannot Avoid

How to Handle Suffering You Cannot Avoid

Some suffering is unnecessary. Suffering that we bring on ourselves through our sin and brokenness means that if our actions change, our suffering can change. But not all suffering is “unnecessary.” How do you handle the suffering you cannot avoid?

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Connecting with Others when you’re Single

Connecting with Others when you’re Single

Feeling isolated, alone, or lonely is a common struggle for singles. And you may imagine that finding a boyfriend/girlfriend and then getting married will solve that problem. (Talk to married people; that’s not necessarily true!) Connecting with others when you’re single can feel difficult.

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Creating a New Marriage

Creating a New Marriage

Every marriage experiences mess-ups. It’s easy to get caught up in shame, blame, and misery. But taking the necessary steps after a mess-up has the potential to make your marriage stronger. What you’re working toward is really creating a new marriage.

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