What happens in December? Singing? Praying? Helping the poor? Yup. And there’s probably some shopping and scurrying in there too! But here’s something else: Complaining. As a pastor, I wish I could say that I never complain about anything. But that’s just not true. One of the reasons this concerns me is because of James … Continue reading Complaining—in a healthier way
It’s easy to get frustrated. That’s why having a different attitude toward your frustrations can make them… well, less frustrating. So what is this “better approach”? Frustrations aren’t always final. They might just be calling your attention to something that needs to change. For example: -If you’re continually frustrated that there aren’t enough hours in the … Continue reading Dealing with frustration
Today I share a story I’ve adapted from William White. It’s about two business men. Their stores were across the road from one another and they had an incredible rivalry. When one made a big sale, he’d walk over to the other man’s store to boast about it. And the other did the same. This went … Continue reading Strike me blind in one eye!