Allison Ricciardi, LMHC shares on what the Book of Tobit reveals are some of the key components to effective prayer.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC shares on how to avoid the mistake of dwelling on our troubles so we can focus on finding possible solutions.
Now that seems like an odd question to ask, doesn’t it? We all want to be happy but many times we don’t realize that we’ve made some decisions that are sabotaging us from actually being happy.
To succeed at life, we all need to know when to narrow or widen our perspectives. There’s a compelling analogy at the end of Lent and as the Easter season begins that helps us understand which lens to use and when.
I can think of nothing more important right now. Learn the details of this prayer campaign of humility and transformation. Please share with others and help promote it as well.
What’s behind all the anger and vulgarity displayed at the Women’s March? Promoted as a march for “women’s equality”, the speeches, signs and spirit there tell a different story. Our culture is hurting and this level of anger, though off-putting, needs our compassion.
We’re all familiar with Jesus saying in the Scriptures that it’s more blessed to give than to receive. But, how many of us actually believe it? Too many of us, afraid of being doormats, pull back and would rather not be a giver. It’s understandable because of the many users out there who have hurt us and we don’t want to enable them to use us. So what is Jesus referring to?