How to Give Worry a Death Stroke – by Scott Brown

| May 14, 2013

“Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature?” Matthew 6:27 So it is useless to worry! A short person cannot, by any amount of anxiety, make himself an inch taller. Why, therefore, should he waste his energy and fret his life away–in wishing he were taller? One worries because he is too short–another […]

Why Me? (and other musings on the theory of pity parties)

| September 17, 2011

Shelby Courtney has written a wonderful post about walking away from a me-centered mindset and learning to look at life through Christ’s lens: WHY?  Why does it always have to be me?  Why can’t I get to spread happy news about myself, and somebody else get to experience the joy that comes with only having […]