A quote I heard this past week took me back to the time when our daughter was in college and the summer she toured with a Christian singing group, The Continentals. Jennifer was the pianist for the group that traveled the eastern part of the US and several countries overseas.
As the summer winds down here on the last day of August, many of us are going through a relationship transition of one kind or another. Kids going off to school for the first time. Sons and daughters heading off to college. And those of us left behind
As a person of faith, we can help and comfort people best when we embrace and share the principle that hope is a noun more than a verb. An important relationship principle in today’s show We talked in episodes 148 and 149 about what to say and not
To help a grieving friend starts with being present and joining God in comforting those going through difficult times. Hello everyone and welcome to episode no. 71, where today we discuss how to help a grieving friend. Before we get into that, I have some listener feedback to
How to celebrate Father's Day in 2020 is different this year due to Covid-19. I saw it on the face of a father talking about his son graduating from high school. It’s a good news/bad story. I’ll start with the bad news, which as you’ll see at the end, is
I received this email arrived recently from one of our podcast listeners, who also happens to be a personal friend. She wrote: I can’t stop listening to your podcasts. They make me smile. I can’t stop thinking that had I listened to these 4 years ago I would still be