Phone Calls in a Messaging World

Phone Calls in a Messaging World

by Trevor Winsor October 04, 2018

Phone calls are outdated, right? Why yes, yes they are. But just because something is outdated doesn’t mean it’s lost its value.

Read More

Scheduling Sobriety

Scheduling Sobriety

by Trevor Winsor September 21, 2018

So, what was it that I needed? Through spending time with friends and hearing their wisdom, I figured out that I needed a plan. And not just any plan—I needed a plan that was scheduled out and prepared way before boredom and alone time had the chance to team up against me.

Read More

Find Your Caddy

Find Your Caddy

by Rich Moore September 06, 2018

Let me ask you a question: is there a person in your life who you would call your caddy? Have you given this person the authority to speak into your life and help steer you in the right direction when you decided to go off course?

Read More

Honestly Speaking

Honestly Speaking

by Nick Stumbo August 30, 2018

While both honesty and full-disclosure can be a very difficult process, they are well worth it. Not only do we expose our secrets and learn to be a truth-teller, we also find new levels of intimacy and growth in our relationship.

Read More

The Process of Recovery

The Process of Recovery

by Harry Flanagan August 15, 2018

What holds you back is not the lack of knowledge, but the strength of the emotions––especially fear––that keeps you from being vulnerable, exposing the secret life that holds you in bondage.

Read More

5 Things That Should Never Happen In Group

5 Things That Should Never Happen In Group

by Ashley Jameson August 09, 2018

Group should be a place that is safe, steady, and predictable. When I am going through the FIRE of recovery, group should be the most refreshing two hours of my week.

Read More

3 Ways to Be a Safe Person

3 Ways to Be a Safe Person

by Shari Chinchen August 02, 2018

None of us sets out to be an unsafe person. No best friend sets out to hurt, no healthy spouse sets out to betray, no loving parent sets out to embarrass. However, even the best among us may have never considered what it takes to carefully hold someone else’s heart.

Read More

The Traps of Social Media

The Traps of Social Media

by Trevor Winsor July 26, 2018

Avoiding the traps of social media doesn’t happen organically. Falling into the traps does. In order to avoid the traps, we have to be intentional, courageous, and honest about what we want in life.

Read More

Screen Time Tips for Little Kids

Screen Time Tips for Little Kids

by Anna Philipsen July 12, 2018

Even with technology all around us, it is our choice how and when we want our family using technology. We have to consciously make a choice to establish balance with our screen time so all the computers, tablets, phones, TVs and gaming systems do not take over.

Read More

Scrolling By Example

Scrolling By Example

by Ashley Jameson July 05, 2018

I have a secret hiding place, between my fridge and cabinet, where I can use my phone, and my husband and kids can’t see me. You may be asking yourself, “Why does this grown woman need to hide from her husband and kids?” Because I’m a hypocrite!

Read More

Secret Addictions of a Mom

Secret Addictions of a Mom

by Sarah Peters May 31, 2018

Even though I was clean and sober, I had many other behaviors, that some would call “Christian addictions.” You know what I’m talking about...

Read More

Moms & Sex

Moms & Sex

by Heather Kolb May 24, 2018

Don’t believe the lie that “sex is just for men.” Ladies, your brain needs sex. Your brain needs physical connection and intimacy with your husband. While it may feel like work to invest in your sex life, believe me, your brain will thank you.

Read More


1 2 3 Next »