Tag Archives: Matthew

Combating Anxiety Victoriously . . .

Multiple studies I recently researched all confirm that anxiety disorders are the most common mental health condition in the United States. In fact, anxiety disorders were also number one before the global pandemic hit in 2020. So what do we … Continue reading

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Is This The End Of The World As We Know It??? (Part 4)

Why We May Be In The End Times Welcome back! Or, if you’re just joining – we’ve been taking a look at the question: Are we in The End Times? Please scroll around and click on my blogs for May, … Continue reading

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Is This The End Of The World As We Know It??? (Part 3)

Why We May Not Be Living In The End Times If you’re just joining – we’ve been taking a look at the question: Are we in The End Times? Please scroll around and click on my blogs for May and … Continue reading

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What Doesn’t Make Sense About The Christmas Story . . .

I love Christmas time – but in all honesty, I have some serious questions about the whole narrative. Seeing the manger scene brings me hope, joy, happy memories, and peace. However, when I ponder deeply on the people and events … Continue reading

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How a Few Bucks Can Change The World

It can be the Christmas season or the middle of July. When we give to a charity or non-profit organization – a little voice inside says, “I wonder how much of the money is actually going to the cause?” Please … Continue reading

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