How to Have a Good Argument

Most people hate conflict and many avoid it at all costs. But quality relationships are often forged when difficult conversations are had, and the relationship comes out stronger on the other end. I have found sometimes it means having a good old argument to shake the relationship to where it needs to go. Unfortunately, the idea […]

Would You Help Me Release My Next Book? Here’s How!

I am incredibly excited for this upcoming book project, slated to be released late this month, on the subject of forgiveness, conflict and anger. This book is incredibly easy to read, yet profound and practical. In this book project, entitled, “Bitter Free!” I outline the work of bitterness and how it infiltrates our lives. For […]

10 Ways to Keep Your Sanity with Family During the Holidays – Part 2

6. Prepare your heart for protection against defilement Remember, the enemy loves to use those close to us to get us entailed in webs of strongholds. He knows that many of the battles you struggle with have been inherited traits in your family line. The same anger the enemy worked on your father is now […]

10 Ways to Keep Your Sanity with Family During the Holidays – Part 1

In my work helping people of all backgrounds, the months from November to January are intensified times of great celebration, but also a time filled with a lot of stress and inward conflict. Family seems to be the common arena that creates inward tension. The reason being is these focused gatherings seem to inflate the […]

Growing Up By No Longer Withdrawing

You cannot always change how people act around you. What you can shift and change is how well you grow despite adverse people situations. Spiritual growth often requires a strong atmosphere within us where other’s people’s junk no longer overtakes us. This is where the power of God does not become limited, simply because of […]