Author Archives: Wisdomforlife

About Wisdomforlife

Just another worker in God's field.

Significant Disruptions of childhood

Children feel helpless and hopeless when traumatic experiences significantly disrupt the most formative years of life. Continue reading

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Lisa’s Story: A quiet domineering father

I lived in fear of my father. Continue reading

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Resolving conflicts among Christians

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We must guard our expectations for life in a fallen world. Differences and difficulties often threaten peace between people — even among those who care deeply about each other. Jesus clearly anticipated disruptions of Christian fellowship.…

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Four kinds of children and parents

Over the years, I’ve observed four kinds of children in dysfunctional homes. Consider your approach to parenting and the possible affects it has on your children. Continue reading

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Meet the citizens of heaven

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Identifying the citizens of heaven might require movement beyond cliches about those who “accept Jesus into their hearts.” Such cliches often conceal a truth that Jesus revealed. The truth Jesus emphasized is… Only the humble will be…

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Understanding legalism

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What is legalism? How can we know if someone is being legalistic? Answering these questions requires an understanding of how Christian standards are formed. Three categories for Christian standards Things clearly commanded in Scripture Things clearly forbidden…

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One of the most challenging tasks of my life

What made it a difficult task was my decision to write it without “Christianese” and with only two Bible verses at the end of the book. Continue reading

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