Take the Anxiety Out of Teen Anxiety

Written by Erin Johnson, M.A. LPC-intern with Watershed Initiative in Frisco, Texas, who specializes in working with girls who deal with disruptive anxiety.   Teen-anxiety . . . Is it a real thing? In short, yes. For many of us, the word “teen” evokes its own onset of anxiety, whether as a parent, a teacher, […]

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Thirteen Ideas for Intentional Time

The start of a school year is a lot like the start of a new year. It is a great time to step back, take stock in your situation, and gather some fresh perspective on your life. I think the drawing factor for most moms is that you finally return to some normalcy and structure […]

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Sports: So Much More Than You Think

Written by Tony Cammarota, Associate Pastor of Equipping at Stonebriar Community Church. Originally published on his blog playingforglory.com.   What started as a hobby quickly turned into one of the scariest moments of my life.  One day, my wife and I decided to try a triathlon. She grew up swimming. I had gotten into running. We […]

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Making Time for Your Marriage

Our special thanks to Junior High Pastor David Ake and his wife, Jamie, for sharing some relationship truth after a long season of summer busy-ness. The Challenge One of my greatest frustrations with my cell phone is hearing the recording “All circuits are busy.”  The situation may begin with a mild annoyance, but it can […]

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