Our Intuitive Playbook
Like an athletic team running plays out of their playbook, we become skilled at running plays out of ours. However, those plays are not running or passing plays. Rather, they are intuitions- feelings and thoughts about people and the circumstances that confront us. Our reactions to these situations are so
Caring for Tragedy in the Church Community
Tragedy comes to us unannounced. It is a shock in the human experience. The new and unwanted reality has a way of troubling us to the core. Yet hope can emerge if a community is present to care for the troubled. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Ted Witzig Jr.
How to Create Meaningful Relationships
“And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works:” Hebrews 10:24 How do we create lasting, meaningful relationships? What stops us from creating them? We recognize that God calls us into deep, rich relationship: firstly, with Him, and then, into loving connection with other people
What to Do if My Child has Seen Porn?
We do what we can to prevent our children from being exposed to pornography. But what if they do become exposed? First time exposure to porn can have long lasting effects on the young mind. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Brian Sutter and Jacob Feucht coach parents on the
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
The Pain of Infertility Podcast Episodes
Part 1 of 2 Part 2 of 2 Infertility is a private loss many couples experience. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Tyler and Casey Zimmerman share their story. Their journey will accent the uniqueness of the infertility pain. It will resonate with the losses that are common among us