GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book When a Friendship Falls Apart by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
We all long for “forever friends,” but what happens when forever ends?
Friends are the family we choose, and with that choice comes great joy, but also great risk… because sometimes those friendships fall apart.
So today, author Elizabeth Laing Thompson will give you practical tools for friendships that may be faltering, fractured, or on the verge of failure.
This Spill the Beans is coming to you LIVE from Fresh Grounded Faith in Jackson, Mississippi with Lysa TerKeurst and Michael O’Brien. We’re sitting around the bistro table answering some really good questions from the audience including…
How do I forgive myself when I’ve really messed up?
How can I help a friend who’s going through a divorce?
How should I respond when someone I love has set up a boundary between us?
How do I know if it’s time to tell my story, especially if it might hurt someone?
Shame is to the soul what cancer is to the body. It eats away at our self-esteem, erodes our relationships, and keeps us from moving forward in life. In fact, toxic shame is often what drives addictions, anxieties, and depression.
But the good news is that freedom is possible. And that’s what we’re exploring today with author Dr. Gregory Jantz. He’ll weave together reliable psychological principles with biblical truths to start you on the path of wellness and peace.
It’s that time again! We’re spilling the beans in Houston, Texas with Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Laura Story and former lead singer of Newsong, Michael O’Brien. This Q&A time at any Fresh Grounded Faith event is unscripted, unrehearsed, and unlike anything you’ll experience at other women’s conferences!
Today, we’re talking about if it’s okay to not be joyful during trials, what it means to fear the Lord but not be fearful of Him, and how to forgive someone but not allow them to hurt you in the future.
Can you behave right when someone treats you wrong? It’s hard, isn’t it? We feel hurt, and when we’re hurt, we feel the impulse to either retaliate or run in the other direction.
But there is a way—a biblical and better way—to behave right when someone treats you wrong. And the reason you want to behave right isn’t necessarily because the other person deserves it, but because you inherit a blessing when you do.
A few days after an ordinary Valentine’s Day, Cindy Beall’s life changed forever. She listened with disbelief to her husband’s confession of a pornography addiction, numerous affairs, and the startling news that a woman was pregnant with his child.
How in the world do you rebuild trust when your marriage is shattered?