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What’s the one thing you can’t seem to “get over,” that mistake or wound that was dealt long ago that keeps tripping you up even now? Here’s a professional counselor’s take on how to overcome it.
Sometimes we think we’ve figured out God’s plan for the messy work of our lives. Sometimes we know where the story’s headed. But then we hit a bend in the road we didn’t expect and we realize: We have no idea where God is in this mess. Our columnist Kristin Tennant invites us to grapple with the difficulty of redemption, healing, and wholeness—and what to do when we don’t know what God is doing.
Brittany Johnson on why you don’t have to live in a house full of junk to be held back by hoarding.
Jordan Davis observes how Jesus rarely helped those who did not want to be helped.
Kennisha Hill reflects on her own miscarriage and how the Church can respond to the loss of unborn life.
Gabe Holloway shares the sorrows and hopes of his family in the wake of hearing a fatal diagnosis for their unborn daughter.
Jesse Harden shares the story of his wife’s miscarriage and how they found hope and healing.