Loving Life: Pre and Post Abortion Podcast

The abortion issue is charged and complicated. Yet there is a simple reality every time – there are two lives to love. In this episode of Breaking Bread this love is made evident by two guests who example what loving life looks like in the hard reality of an unplanned…

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Perfectionism Podcast Episodes

 “Do your best and leave the rest” is a tricky balance for the perfectionist. Yet it sums up a measure of health for those who have high, exacting standards for themselves or others. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Ted Witzig Jr. teaches us about two types of perfectionism.  Perfectionism has a strange advantage among those it afflicts. A…

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Three Types of Perfectionism

Perfection. A wonderful description of God, but elusive for us as human beings. As believers, we acknowledge the perfect holiness and righteousness of God and that He is without sin or error. It can be difficult to make sense of what perfection means for us, practically and personally, as we…

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The Holidays: A Wife’s Perspective

The first snowfall is an exciting moment. My kids squeal in delight as they run outside with our dog to chase the snowflakes. I smile as I curl up with a blanket and a cup of hot tea by our cozy fire. A perfect moment, which is just that –…

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Telling Myself the Truth Course

Self-talk is the internal chatter we are constantly speaking to ourselves. It is an inward narrative, a continual live commentary from ourselves to ourselves. Sometimes this narrative can be false. When misbeliefs color our inward commentary, the results are always unhealthy. This course attempts to help participants learn how to recognize, evaluate and correct unhealthy self-talk. It is…

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Comforting Scriptures in Times of Depression & Struggle

In times of depression or struggle, some people find it hard to pray and to read the Bible. This handout is designed to help you stay connected to God during times that are most difficult. Do what you can do. Keep it simple. Don’t try to figure out difficult passages…

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