Articles Tagged 'Emotions'

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A Prayer for Jesse

And then, there’s Jesse. Six-years-old and a bit small for his age with the most genuine gold-capped tooth smile.

Jordan Harrell shares her own struggle to get off her comfortable bed and turn her compassionate feelings into compassionate action.

Instant Always Access

With whom else could you have this grace?

Phil Ware continues his series on the Holy Spirit and the gift of the Spirit's intercession before the Father in prayer that guarantees that our words and emotions are heard.

Building a Culture of Honor: Introduction

Can we build a culture of honor in a world that has a different set of values?

Phil Ware begins a series on building a culture of honor using Romans 12 as the basis and foundation of the study.

Moving beyond the Ashes

How do you restore the joy to life and ministry again?

Phil Ware talks about burn out and how God restored Elijah to ministry and freshness after his great victory on Mt. Carmel and his collapse in the desert.

Tyrannized by Our Feelings

Are you enslaved by your emotions?

Rubel Shelly reminds us that we don't have to be ruled, enslaved, and tyrannized by our feelings, but our emotions can be channeled and overcome by the power of commitment, the Holy Spirit, and love.

SpiritFire: Under the Influence

Are you living under the influence?

Phil Ware continues his SpiritFire focus on the Holy Spirit, this week looking at what it means to live under the influence of the Holy Spirit.

Love Path 911: Heart Attack & Intimacy

Should this interfere with us being intimate?

Joe Beam answers a question about low sexual desire after a heart attack and what a wife should do in this situation.

Emotional Residue

How can we live above it?

Mike Barres reminds us that discouragements can leave an emotional residue and keep us from living as we should, but we can do some things to live as God would have us live!

Events and Emotions

Have you ridden the roller coaster lately?

Katha Winther shares the up and downs of her emotional roller coaster in her life recently and reminds us that God is with us in the ever-changing emotions of life.

HALT

What do you do when you are emotionally on fire?

A recovery saying, HALT, reminds us to be careful when we are hungry, angry, lonely, and tired because then we are vulernable to temptation, sin, and weakness as well as addictions.

Big Boys Don't Cry?

Who said it and why do we think it is true?

Men can cry and should show genuine emotions.

Vulnerable God

What makes God's love so irresistable?

God's vulnerability, his openness in Jesus to his emotions, is captivating.