“That’s my kid! I couldn’t be more proud!”
Have you ever imagined how life would change if your child became rich and famous?
Shaq’s mom humbly and honestly explains that without a strong relationship with God, a quality education, and the courage to follow your own dreams, you may as well just sign up for a double dose of “mental welfare.”
You know that feeling you have sitting down at your family reunion with the person who knows your family’s history inside and out?
Sit down for a couple of hours with Lucille and you’ll feel like you’ve known her family for years.
Come alongside one woman’s journey from “mental welfare” to “mental wealth.”
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Paul writes, in Romans 14:16-18, that we shouldn’t allow other people to label evil what is good.
I wonder how this applies to message boards. Having that fight seems like a losing and pointless battle.
The kingdom of God is “righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.”