Undo the Shame, Unlock your Transformation

Undo the Shame, Unlock your Transformation

Hiding is human. But if any part of you wants things to be different, it’s time to undo the shame and unlock your transformation.

Shame was not part of God’s original creation. “The man and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame.” (Genesis 2:25) No hiding. No feeling embarrassed. You see me, and I see you. That was the state of the relationship between Adam and Eve, and between them and God.

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Finding Purpose To Your Pain: How to Overcome Emotional Trauma Biblically

How do you walk towards healing after loss, abuse or some other traumatic situation? In this fascinating discussion with author of Love Letters from the Edge, Shelly Beach, learn the keys to how God can help you overcome emotional pain.

Resources mentioned in the episode:

You can connect with Shelly Beach on her website

Find her book Love Letters from the Edge on Amazon or ChristianBook.com


 

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How to Forgive Your Spouse When It’s Hard

How to Forgive Your Spouse When It’s Hard

In every marriage people get wounded. Your spouse is a flawed human being, a sinner who causes you pain. (You are too! Last week we talked about how to help your spouse forgive you when you cause them pain.) The proximity and intimacy of marriage means the wounds you receive from your spouse can feel especially hard to forgive. But learning how to forgive your spouse in a healthy way provides your only chance of a successful marriage.

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How Your Troubles Lead to Transformation

How Your Troubles Lead to Transformation

Think back to the times you’ve made some significant step forward – overcoming a bad habit, developing a new skill, learning a significant new insight, or breaking free from something negative in your past. Did that forward step come when things were easy? We don’t usually grow in comfort, but your troubles lead to transformation.

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How Changing Your Past Can Change Your Future

How Changing Your Past Can Change Your Future

A wise mentor once told me, “You can never step into the same river twice.” Life happens. You can’t recreate exactly the same good moments, or go back and undo your bad decisions. But since then I’ve learned there’s a way you can change your past – not the facts, but their meaning and their impact on you. And changing your past can change your future.

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