When Good Things Go Bad: Compulsive Exercise

The Bible gives us a framework for evaluating whether our exercise is healthy or destructive.

A Review of “God’s Forever Family” by Larry Eskridge

This is a well-written history of a frequently ignored and yet important religious movement within American history

Common Motives Behind Self-Harm

There are four common motivations that may drive the destructive behavior of self-harm.

The Jesus People Movement: Core Values

To rightly understand and learn from the Jesus People we must acknowledge their theological commitments.

How to Receive Your Spouse’s Confession of Temptation

There are eight key elements to receiving well our spouse’s confession of temptation.

Self-Harm and Suicide

Attention to the unique motives behind self-injurious behavior allows for more effective counseling. 

A Review of “Freedom from Self-Harm” by Kim Gratz and Alexander Chapman

Freedom from Self-Harm is a valuable for its dismantling of the common myths surrounding self-harm.

The Jesus People Movement: Birthed from Despair

The combination of the collapse of hippie idealism and the compassion of Christian evangelists served to birth a massive youth revival.

How to Confess Temptation to Your Spouse

The following 8 principles can serve to safeguard a wise confession to your spouse.

Why the Jesus People Movement

This is a part of history that is worth remembering and worth learning from.