Spiritual Warfare: How To Fight And Win

Four Strategies To Overcome Your Spiritual Battles

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Spiritual warfare is tough. It tends to press you and push your spiritual limits, and every spiritual battle requires faith to overcome. Now, I hesitate a little to write on this subject because some Christians take it too far. They see a devil behind every bush. I don’t think it is right or healthy to […]

The Serenity Prayer: Use It To Unlock Faith’s Best Kept Secret

Pray This Classic Prayer To Shine A Light In Your Darkness

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We’ve all had those moments when our life seems to be in the dark. You seek direction, clarity, anything to point the way. It’s in these scenarios that you can feel the void of faith like somehow God is a million miles away. But faith has a secret that most people won’t tell you about, […]

Push Your Faith: 5 Powerful Benefits Of Active Faith

How Challenging Your Faith To Grow Can Make All The Difference

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If you want your faith to grow, you have to invest in it. If you want to build your faith, you have to push it and challenge it. There are actions you need to take. In fact, five very specific actions need to happen if your faith is going to become the foundation it has […]

How To Keep Failure From Ruining Your Life

5 Ways To Overcome Failure And Feel Guilt-Free

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​OK, let me ask you a question: ​Do you ever feel like you’ve failed?  ​I ask that question because many of us constantly feel like we come up short in the “getting-it-right” department. We make plans to do better, help more, be kinder, live stronger, be healthier, work on our relationships, but in the end, […]

How To Improve Your Goal Setting And Increase Your Faith

The Top 5 Beliefs You Need To Change About Goal Setting

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin Sometimes I find it really difficult to set goals. They seem far removed from reality, they don’t always make sense to me, and they require lots and lots of work. At this point in my life, I would still call myself a goal setter, however. Every year it seems I […]