Tag Archives: Advice

Setting Healthy Boundaries

Setting Healthy Boundaries

We all have to set boundaries for ourselves. It’s very important. Boundary setting is not about getting other people to change. It is about deciding what you are prepared to tolerate and then communicating those limits firmly and consistently.

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“Truth Be Told” on the Coffee & Christ Show

Original Air Date: December 2, 2013

The TRUTH… Would you rather have people be brutally honest with you, or would you rather have people “beat around the bush” and sugarcoat things when you’re asking for their advice??? I totally believe that shooting people straight is the greatest form of respect there is but not everyone agrees. Check out “Truth Be Told” on the Coffee & Christ Show.

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Screaming Without a Sound

Screaming without a sound

Warning: The following may be disturbing to some readers. Reader discretion is advised.

 

My family gave me a life that wasn’t easy to live.

 

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The Coffee & Christ Show – Life Exposed to & Hooked on Pornography

Original Air Date: December 9, 2013

Pornography is not just a sexual addiction.. it’s an addiction of the mind. It starts out small and grows bigger & bigger, feeding on the need for power and control. It distorts views of women/men and causes conflict and division in relationships.

If you are struggling with this & looking for a way out, you MUST watch this new episode of Coffee & Christ, featuring Steven Sawyer- “Life Exposed To & Hooked on Pornography”. Listen to his story about how he got sucked into it… and how he was pulled out of it. You don’t want to miss it!!!

Coffee & Christ Featuring Jeremy Armstrong with Sharing Your Burdens

Original Air Date: August 26, 2013

We are very blessed to have Jeremy Armstrong on the cast of Coffee & Christ, sharing his point of view on what the bible says about sharing our burdens with others.