Life in Mason’s Jar – Chapter 11

Don’t Give Up The other day, we were at a birthday party for one of Mason’s friends.  At the party, there was a huge bouncy castle that was about probably between 20 and 30 feet long (I’m not great at estimating length).  You climb in from one end and would then need to navigate your…

Buffering…

Imagine that you’re watching a video on the Internet.  Maybe it’s YouTube or Facebook or something.  You start the video, but the video keeps starting and stopping.  “What’s going on?”, you say… When you watch a video on the Internet, your computer will, as the video starts playing, load as much of the video as…

Thankful for Struggles

It’s easy to talk about how difficult the storms of life are, as well as, all of the other negative aspects of them.  But what if I said that I’m thankful for the struggles that I’ve experienced?  Am I crazy?  Recollecting the memories of my past experiences with anxiety alone is a reminder of how…

Realizing Your Total Capacity (and Making Adjustments)

If you remember my earlier post about adapting to your anxiety, I stressed the importance of recognizing your symptoms and getting to know how your stress or anxiety affects you.  When you start learning how your symptoms work during a panic or anxiety attack,  you can start to gain a knowledge that you can use…

Did Jesus Rise From the Dead?

Originally posted on Help Me Believe:
For the past several weeks leading up to Easter, we have been examining possible natural theories of the Resurrection. We have found them all wanting. If we are going to believe in the Resurrection and present it as true, we will need more than negative arguments against other theories.…

Resisting Anxiety – Conclusion

There is sometimes a misconception out there that because we have God in our lives that we are safe from low-points in our lives.  The truth is in fact the opposite.  It is because we have God in our lives and call ourselves Christians, that we instead become a target of the devil. Peter reminds…