The world is in a state of fear and uncertainty right now, and it’s stressful and overwhelming for most of us. This kind of fear, stress, uncertain and overwhelm can have some really strong effects on our lives: Constant fear and stress can cause anxiety problems, worsening sleep and health, depression and anxietyIn a place … Continue reading Dealing with the Immense Uncertainty of the World
When you are confused about your life and don't know where you are headed, it is good to pause and just surrender your story to the God of History. Your story only makes sense in the context of a bigger story. Today, imagine that your life is a book--a thick book that tells your story--everything … Continue reading #22: Surrender Your Story to the Story of the World
Yesterday, I got married. Tomorrow, we fly to Macchu Picchu, And then we move to China! I won't be blogging for awhile, at least until I settle down in Shenzhen and start another adventure. I'm excited to write about that next time. In the meantime, you might want to check out the following articles from … Continue reading See You On The Other Side!
In less than a month, my life will be full of transitions. I have resigned from the three companies I work for. And then I’m going to get married towards the end of the month. And as if that is not enough, I’m moving to China with my wife. A friend of mine asked me … Continue reading Change
It took me a long time to figure out why I, and so many others, have difficulties changing habits and making lasting changes in our lives. It all comes down to a little child. And that child lives within each of us. I had a hard time quitting smoking in 2005, because I really didn’t … Continue reading The Child That Holds Us Back
Originally posted in BobbyQuitain.Com by Bobby Quitain A dialogue between baby in mother’s womb and God… Child of God: Dear Lord, thank you for this wonderful place I am in. It’s so cozy, so warm and so comfortable. You are indeed a wise and loving Creator! God: Child, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Do not … Continue reading You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet