Together on the Journey

“I don’t know what I’d do without you; I’m so sorry I’m putting you through this!” The heartfelt cry came between sobs from a depressed wife to her husband. He sat with his arm around her trying to encourage her through the dark valley she was treading but was unable to formulate a decent response. …

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The Loneliness Epidemic: Misconceptions about Loneliness (Loneliness and God)

Misconception: I have God, and that is enough. In Genesis 2:18 we find a profound statement with implications that are often overlooked. We read, “Then the Lord God said, ‘It is not good that the man should be alone…’” The word translated good has a host of meanings, but one is “beneficial”. Looking at his …

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Missing Memories to Capture Moments

Take a moment to look at the picture above. Is this how you want your children to remember you? Is this the picture you want your children to recall as they reminisce about their fondest childhood memories? Last week we celebrated Christmas with my in-laws; we call it Eyerly Christmas. Noah got a toy airplane …

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The Loneliness Epidemic: Misconceptions about Loneliness (Loneliness and the Church)

Misconception: Being more faithful to church will help me with my loneliness. While many evangelicals would love to say this is the “cure”; it isn’t (Without question, it has the potential to be, and ideally, it should be, but far too many churches are missing the mark). Many believers are disillusioned due to lack of …

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