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Are Women Responsible For Men's Bad Behavior? - Impacting Righteously
Are women responsible for how men behave? Do I blame women for men’s behavior? The answer is a resounding no. Yet, some of the ladies are offended. They seem to believe that they are helpless…
Petrina Ferguson,
Faithful are the Wounds of a Friend - Grit & Grace
Faithful are the wounds of a friend. Choosing friendship on purpose in the midst of the hurt requires bravery.
Rebecca C. Gonzalez,
Sometimes You Need A Wake-up Whack! - Divorce Minister
Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses. -Proverbs 27:6, NIV I was incredibly naive prior to experiencing my first wife’s adultery and abandonment. Very naive! And I am thankful for the friends God put in my path who gave me the proverbial “wake-up whack” when I needed it. While being blunt, … Continue reading “Sometimes You Need A Wake-up Whack!”
David Derksen,
Motivate your Teams with these 4 Neuroscience Keys - Charles Stone
Neuroscience is giving us great insight about leadership. In this post I share 4 neuroscience insights about how to motivate others.
Charles Stone,
3 Qualities Necessary to Learn from our Critics - Charles Stone
Leaders must learn from their critics. I this post I suggest 3 essential attitudes we must embrace to learn best from our critics.
Charles Stone,
5 Ways to Keep Critics at Bay - Charles Stone
Criticism hurts. Running from critics may not be the best way. Learn how to stay close to critics and in doing so, decrease their criticism.
Charles Stone,
5 Ways for a Christian to Rebuke or Correct a Friend - Ron Edmondson
A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity. Proverbs 17:17 Wounds from a friend can be trusted… Proverbs 27:6 rebuke |riˈbyook|verb [ trans. ] express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behavior or actions Years ago I had a friend tell me I was hanging out with the wrong people. I listened to the advice, switched my sphere of influence, and looking back, it’s one of the best decisions I ever made, considering the different paths our lives took. There are times when you have to rebuke a friend. Sometimes the most loving thing you can do is to tell another where he or she is doing wrong. If you choose to accept the assignment of rebuking a friend, you should be sure you are correct in your assessment, you should pray through the correct timing of your approach, and you should address the person and not others to keep from spreading gossip. When that time comes, here are 5 ways to rebuke a friend:
Ron Edmondson,
4 Reasons Every Pastor Needs a Good Pastor Friend - Ron Edmondson
Every pastor needs at least one good pastor friend. I’m thankful to serve and have served in churches with a good number of staff members I consider not onl
Ron Edmondson,
Friends and faith: What to do if you had a friend who does not believe in God
Take a moment to consider your circle of friends. How did you all come together? Perhaps it was through a school club, a shared interest, or a mutual hobby that ignited the spark of friendship. Now, think about your friends' beliefs. Are they similar to your own, rooted in the...
Hannah Britanico,
Managing Difficult Emotions
“Keep your heart with all vigilance, for from it flow the springs of life” (Proverbs 4:23). Yesterday we explored the dangers of anger and how if left unchecked can lead to sinful behaviours. Today…
Anneta Pinto,

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