The Right Way To Be a “Judging” Christian

Your weekly roundup :: May 13 – 17

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.

Struggling Is Not a Sign of Spiritual Neglect

Have you ever felt “off” and not known why? Do you tend to go out of your way to make others feel better so that you feel a little better, even if it’s a temporary relief? Dr. Shannan Crawford, licensed psychologist and 4word woman, walks through what could be triggering you to feel like this and how you can get yourself in a healthier place.

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Listen to Episode 8 now!

All of us will have an “off” day here and there, but what do you do when those days turn into weeks or months? Dr. Deb Gorton, licensed clinical psychologist, shares her expertise on mental health and mental illness, and dives into how the church can better support those within their congregation who are dealing with mental illness. Hosted by Jordan Johnstone.

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Flexible Work Schedules: The Unwritten Rules

Neena Newberry discusses things working mothers (and anyone in the workplace, to be honest!) should keep in mind when drawing the boundaries around their schedules.

You Will Lose Yourself In Marriage

Debra Fileta with True Love Dates shares from the heart about what to expect will change within you after becoming husband and wife.

The Difference Between Being Judgmental and Using Right Judgment

Jimmy Myers writes on Relevant Magazine about why the world views Christians as hypocritical and judgmental and what we can do to change that stigma.

Listen to the latest Mentoring Monday radio show!

Listen to the latest episode of Mentoring Monday, featuring Kim Vastine!

4word: Local Group Events

Take a look at these upcoming 4word: Local Group event dates and see which one(s) you can attend. We’d love to see you there!

For details on these events, please visit our 4word Events page.