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3 Ways to Create Quality Time for Healthy Relationships: 5 Love Languages

As the different stages of life progress people become overwhelmingly busy. Their spouse, who once used to receive all of their partner’s attention, is now left out of the list of top priorities. Priorities are meant to organize one’s life in order for them to focus on what really matters. When a spouse is left on the back burner they can become to feel unimportant or undervalued. After words of affirmation, the second, of The 5…

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Lifestyle Recalibration Diet: Healing Our Food Intake, Physical Movements, Emotions, and Spirit

Last semester, I did a major project in motivation and emotion where I journaled about changing my habits to improve chronic pain.  While I made some changes, I realized that as time went on and midterms hit, it was harder to prioritize physical exercises over a loaded course schedule, work, and music commitments. The Important but Not Urgent This is the reality for many in today’s world.  We are so overloaded that we only take…

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Tradition vs Creativity: How the Church Forgot to be an Artist

                                  It can be frustrating being a self-defined creative in the modern church. There’s a strange mix of appreciation for your specialties and confusion at your application. Old Wine in New Wine Skins The most frustrating phrase (or variation of) that has almost definitely been spoken to the artistic type within the congregation is ‘that’s not really what we…

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3 Key Steps to Making a Great First Impression in Church Community

Visiting new places and meeting new people are activities that may be extremely easy for some people, yet difficult for others. Visiting a new church for the first time is no different. Regardless of various levels of confidence, the reality remains: if you wish for people to reach out to you, you must consider how the way you choose to present yourself will be received by a bunch of people you don’t know. Speaking from…

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Words of Affirmation for Healthy Relationships: Five Love Languages

After the “honeymoon stage” in relationships, it is tempting to become complacent or even lazy. The sweet notions, spontaneous acts, and sincere compliments can slowly start to fade, therefore, resulting in the feeling of being unloved, unwanted, or unappreciated. In Gary Chapman’s book, The 5 Love Languages, he explains the five different ways people best receive love. If your spouse, or significant other, and you can determine one another’s love languages you can become a…

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  • Proverbs 17:9 February 20, 2020
    “Whoever would foster love covers over an offense, but whoever repeats the matter separates close friends.”
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