The population of young people, ages 16 to 24, were already facing mental health problems. Now they feel delayed by COVID-19, and it has added to their anxiety levels. This portion of Generation Z and Millennials are disadvantaged. Read it here:...
Do you identify with this scenario? Read here: https://growingleaders.com/blog/five-ideas-to-keep-negativity-from-becoming-normal-during-quarantine/
Many parents fret that they’re not having the same conversations with their children that they did with their parents when they were kids. Read more here: https://growingleaders.com/blog/what-parents-and-teachers-can-do-that-google-cannot-do/
Parent shaming is, unfortunately, a new normal for millions of people. We are quick to judge in a world where critiques can be leveled on social media and where criticizers hide behind a screen. Read more here:...
The more I spend time with the people I love, the more I realize that relationships are hard! Read more here.
So, what are some ways we can be a hope dealer? Glad you asked. To share hope (without sharing germs), consider these five things. https://finds.life.church/share-hope-not-germs/
“The grace of God sometimes lands on us like lighting, and sometimes falls like dew.” As Christians, we are not interested in merely reading our Bibles. We want to be moved, inspired, changed by what we read. We do not wake up early simply to pass our eyes over the...
Is our marriage struggling because of something upon us or something between us? https://finds.life.church/marriage-breakdown-not-the-end/
As you read, and live, and suffer, know that this God is always with you. Read to have him, and to be had — mind, heart, hands, mouth, and life — by him. Read this article here.
Men, whether we have languished under the weight of guilt and shame or swelled with pride and boasting in our Bible reading, I pray we will be more than just Bible readers. Keep reading this here.