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Emotional Hygiene

September 9, 2018 • Clay Scroggins

Many of us learned from an early age to hide what we were feeling from other people. We got the message that showing our emotions made us look weak. In time, we became so skilled at hiding what we feel, we even learned to hide our emotions from ourselves. But hiding isn’t a sign of courage or strength. If we want to grow, we have to stop saying, “It’s fine,” and start being honest—with ourselves and others—about what’s going on inside.

Choosing Sides

January 19, 2020 • Andy Stanley

Our political views are shaped by a number of variables: our backgrounds, education, and personal experiences to name a few. It’s easy to feel like our view is the right one, but the person beside you is more precious to God than your political view.

The Fine Print

August 11, 2019 • Andy Stanley

If becoming the right kind of person is key to a great relationship, how do you do that? Is there something you can do to prepare? Does it just happen? Sure, we’re supposed to love others, but what does that really mean? Let’s lean in and read the fine print.

One Is the Win

January 12, 2020 • Andy Stanley

Your favorite candidate will win or lose based on how our country votes this November. However, the church will win or lose based on our behavior between now and then.