Be Still, Faith, God, Grounding in Christ, Kristin Clouse, Lean into Jesus, Overcoming Anxiety, Overcoming Fear, Pause with Jesus, Peace, Soul Care, Thankful

Soul Care Week Two

How has your soul been this past week? How is it today? Did you focus on the five Psalms I shared last week? For me, there have been times those are what were holding me together. You too? What a week we have had as a nation and across the world. Today more than ever,… Read More Soul Care Week Two

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God’s Love is the Substance We All Need

Welcome to our third week of diving into our understanding of God’s LOVE.  The writing for our blog is taken from the chapter Damaged Spirits from my book Healing for our Soul Gardens. This week we are focusing on the concept that God’s love is the substance of what we all need.  I look forward… Read More God’s Love is the Substance We All Need

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What is Your View of Love?

This is week two on our discussion on our concept of LOVE.  Understanding the difference between the world’s view of love and God’s view of love, helps us to learn to embrace God’s love for us. I look forward to hearing from you all your thoughts on this topic this week. (Excerpts from Healing for… Read More What is Your View of Love?

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Unlovable: My Damaged Concept of Myself

This week we will begin to dive into the concept of love and some of the reasons we struggle with trusting God because of our damaged spirits. The next few weeks the writing for our blog will be taken from the chapter Damaged Spirits from my book Healing for our Soul Gardens. In order to… Read More Unlovable: My Damaged Concept of Myself