Archives For February 2010

Join us as Gene Getz explains the need to understand and identify physical, verbal, or sexual abuse. He also shares the importance of creating an environment where people can be set free.

There are many key factors that can affect a person’s reaction to job loss. These key factors can range from your current financial status to your support system to your overall attitude about life. Join Bill Crowder and Chuck Fridsma as they describe the variety of factors that can influence your reaction and recovery from job loss.

Most people tend to minimize the effects of emotional abuse because they don’t seem to be as obvious as those caused by physical or sexual abuse. However, just because the damage is emotional and internal doesn’t mean that it’s any less painful or destructive. In fact, it’s often even more destructive for that very same reason.

Join us as Gene Getz discusses the need for parents to stay aware of the influences impacting their children.

Parenting is an incredible privilege–and a challenge. Raising a son or a daughter from a helpless infant into a mature and responsible adult is filled with opportunities and obstacles. While some of the challenges in this parenting process are more obvious, it’s the more subtle challenge of what’s going on inside of the parent that catches them off guard.

Marriage is hard because there are many challenges that a couple will face throughout the “for better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health” tests of a lifetime. But the greatest challenge may not be from without, but more from within. Learning what it means to be deeply committed to the well-being of another is by far the greatest marital challenge of all because it confronts our inherited commitment to ourselves above all else.

 

The culture in which we live can shape our views about marriage. Join us as Gene Getz shares how Christians should value the marriage commitment.

 

There are many benefits to being a grandparent! Join us as Gene Getz shares the need to be a support and encouragement to your children and grandchildren.

It’s normal to experience a variety of emotions when journeying through a job-loss situation. It’s not what you feel, but how you express what you feel to your family, friends, and network of relationships that can either help or hurt your situation. Join Bill Crowder and Chuck Fridsma as they describe some appropriate and helpful ways of handling job loss.

 

Join Shelly Beach as she explains the pitfalls that can be common to caregivers, such as not getting thorough assessments, delaying the process of becoming an advocate, and not asking enough questions.