Posts Tagged ‘anger’

Blessing Someone Who Has Hurt You

It’s reasonable to assume that being a Christian is not easy… And what about being a GOOD Christian?… Well, sometimes that seems like a huge mountain to climb! I’ve been a Christian my whole life & it seems I’m just now getting around to making the GOOD Christian leap! For me, that’s a process of making thoughtful & difficult life decisions that I know will upgrade my soul to a higher place. Blessing someone who… … Continue reading

It’s FREE: The Unoffendable Small Group Questions Leaders Guide is Here!

This stuff is DYNAMITE to talk about with people. It’s super-timely, too, which you may have noticed. Why does this make for such interesting and fruitful discussion? It’s at the very core of what it means to follow Christ. Remarkably, it’s rarely talked about. Everybody can relate to this, whether they admit it or not. And most will admit it, which is a beautiful thing. So here are some great starter questions for each chapter.… … Continue reading

Forgiveness in an Age of Anger | Brant’s Ted Talk

Anger. Brant says, “It defines our politics, it defines how people interact with each other on the road. We’re angry! I have a crazy idea about… this anger thing and I want to bounce it off of you…” In this video, Brant challenges us to re-think our assumptions and consider living a life full of forgiveness.     … Continue reading

How to Stop Being Angry About Everything You See On Facebook

Maybe you’ve noticed: Everybody’s ticked off about stuff. All the time. Slate.com even named last year the “Year of Outrage”, complete with a handy, interactive calendar that lets you pick any day of 2014, and it’ll tell you what everyone was ticked off about on that very day on Twitter. A few weeks ago, I released a book called Unoffendable, and it’s about anger. It’s about “righteous anger”. It’s about Jesus, too. And that’s the… … Continue reading

Is it Right to Be Angry About Injustice?

It’s fair if you are presently thinking, Wait! Are we not supposed to be angry at injustice? Are you crazy? We’re not. But this does not make me crazy. The fact that I enjoy puppetry when no one else is looking? That makes me crazy. My daily habit of eating an entire loaf of burnt toast every morning for ten years? Yes, that qualifies me. Sure. You got me. But this? No. It’s not as… … Continue reading