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5 Levels of Emotional Intimacy
5 Levels of Emotional Intimacy

How much of yourself are you willing to share? From chatting about the weather to sharing your goals and dreams, Barbara Wilson, author and sexual health educator, explores the different levels of emotional intimacy. Barbara discusses the roles of trust and vulnerability in a relationship and how your level of communication helps determine you and your […]

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Strength in Weakness
Strength in Weakness

When Christ called his followers, he did not say it will be a easy journey. But He promised that it would be worth it. Faced with the same diagnosis that his father died from, Bob Kuhn felt firsthand what Jesus meant when He said “Take up your cross, and follow Me”. Instead of cowering in fear, […]

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We’ve All Got Issues
We’ve All Got Issues

Media Thanks to SoulPancake Behind every face is a person struggling. When the facades drop, we’re left on level ground: every one of us human, all facing challenges and carrying scars. What does it take to trust someone enough to show them who we really are? Will they scrutinize and judge? The fear can be great, […]

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A Man’s Take on Why Feelings Matter
A Man’s Take on Why Feelings Matter

We live in a culture that inoculates men against their feelings. They grow up learning to develop thick, protective skin over their emotions. They may have a father tell them to “Just be tough” or chide them because “Boys don’t cry.” In a moment of vulnerability in grade school, they may hear someone say, “He’s […]

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Why Trust is Worth It
Why Trust is Worth It

Media thanks to Ze Frank You’ve probably participated in trust exercises at school or work. Maybe you’ve crowd-surfed at a concert. Had a piggy-back ride. Taken a bite from someone else’s fork. These things all take a certain amount of physical trust and vulnerability, even if you don’t realize it in the moment. Hesitation before someone […]

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Through Jesus’ Eyes
Through Jesus’ Eyes

There are so many ways to see the same person. God chooses a vision that is redemptive, seeing through grace and compassion and hope. And He wants us to see people the same way. To see them for who they could be if they knew just how much Jesus loves them or wants to transform them. To see, […]

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Setting Expectations
Setting Expectations

One of the key components to effective leadership is setting expectations for those who follow you. You’ve heard it before; people will, most of the time, rise to a level of performance/behavior that is set for them.  In that light, what expectation are you setting? Some key points to consider: Does your team hear you […]

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Setting Expectations
Setting Expectations

One of the key components to effective leadership is setting expectations for those who follow you. You’ve heard it before; people will, most of the time, rise to a level of performance/behavior that is set for them. In that light, what expectation are you setting? Some key points to consider: Does your team hear you […]

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The Five Levels of Intimacy
The Five Levels of Intimacy

Does God care about your love life? First comes love…or sex? “First comes love, then comes marriage, then here they come with a baby carriage.” You may recognize this little rhythm my generation used to sing to embarrass each other.  Based on today’s culture the rhythm could go: “First comes sex, then comes living together, […]

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Can He Trust You with his Feelings?
Can He Trust You with his Feelings?

Men often get a bad rep for being closed-off when it comes to discussing feelings. Women, as we know, are able to talk for hours about hopes and dreams and feelings. If men seem less inclined to do so, it may be that they have good reason. I was surprised to read recently that one […]

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