The Secret To Finding Peace In Pain

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handsscapeIn the midst of a battle with cancer, Pastor Tim Keller stands before a congregation that has missed and prayed for him. He used the sharing of his battle to also invite his congregation to step into the place where he was currently living: a place of peace. “How do you face troubles like this with peace?” he asked. “The ultimate way to handle the troubles of life with peace is not through petitionary prayer, but through worship.”

His body weak from treatments and eagerly anticipating a vacation, he musters the strength to stand before his church for just one sermon. He tells the story of a woman who has inherited an old brooch, which has been thrown into a pile of other bobbles with little consideration.

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Why Your Three Year Old Needs Marriage Counseling [VIDEO]

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by Dannah GreshEvery now and then—and with growing frequency—a single woman in her twenties or thirties confides in me how discouraged she is that there aren’t any guys her age to date. “They’re too busy playing video games to invest in the pursuit of family,” said one. There’s now some statistical evidence that the concern of these biological-clock-ticking females is very real. For the first time in 130 years (when life circumstances generally had extended families living together), a young adult is more likely to live at home with mom and dad than with a significant other. It’s the most common form of living arrangements for twenty-something males.

Since the 2004 coining of the word “adultescent,”[i] we’ve had something to call the young adult male who is so busy playing Call of Duty on his Playstation 4 that he doesn’t actually have a real life call of duty.

Should you be worried about your son?

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