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The Forgotten Discipline of Solitude, Pt. 3

Tim Muehlhoff - May 30, 2017

One hallmark of authentic Christian relationships is consistently putting a friend or spouse’s needs above our own, yet we are often blind to our own selfish inclinations. That's why Scripture advocates regular times of solitude and self-reflection. The problem is research shows that we don't really know how to comfortably be alone with our thoughts, choosing instead to use our smart phones and other technologies for entertainment and distraction. In today's blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff offers practical ways to engage with God in solitude and counter our negative thoughts about others with prayer.


The Forgotten Discipline of Solitude, Pt. 2

Tim Muehlhoff - May 23, 2017

One hallmark of authentic Christian relationships is consistently putting a friend or spouse’s needs above our own, yet we are often blind to our own selfish inclinations. That's why Scripture advocates regular times of solitude and self-reflection. The problem is research shows that we don't really know how to comfortably be alone with our thoughts, choosing instead to use our smart phones and other technologies for entertainment and distraction. In today's blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff explores practical ways to exercise the discipline of solitude, which in turn can strengthen our relationships. 


Telltale Signs You Are In An Unhealthy Relationship

Biola CMR - May 17, 2017

A relationship can be complicated, but does that mean it's harmful? How can you know if it is or not? In today's interactive video, Dr. Chris Grace breaks down some of the top telltale signs that you may be in one. 


How to Combat Defensiveness

Ask the Expert Q&A - May 16, 2017

During conflict, it's common for people to protect themselves by become defensive - especially if they feel like they are being criticized or attacked. But it’s really a way of casting the blame on your partner. So how do you receive criticism in a productive way without becoming defensive or taking it personally? And how can you share something that's bothering you without criticizing? In today's post, Alisa Grace and Willa Williams discuss practical, healthy ways that we can share complaints without criticism or defensiveness.


How Can a Girl Be Confident While Dating? Qualities of A Confident Christian Woman

Ask the Expert Q&A - May 2, 2017

Generally speaking, self-confidence is a universally attractive feature. Men especially find a woman's confidence appealing, particularly when it's rooted in the security of her faith, her self-worth and her place in the world. If you're feeling unsure of yourself, what are some practical ways to cultivate holy self-assurance? In today's post, Alisa Grace shares some qualities of a confident christian woman and how to become one. 


Avoiding Pitfalls of Relational Truces

The Art of Relationships Podcast - April 26, 2017

As discussed in our previous podcast, calling a "relational truce" means designating a period of time where you agree not to talk about the issue that is causing conflict. While it can be beneficial to a relationship, there can also be negative consequences to this method of conflict resolution. In today's podcast Dr. Chris Grace and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff continue their discussion on relational truces, specifically focusing on how to avoid pitfalls of these truces. 


The Forgotten Discipline of Solitude, pt. 1

Tim Muehlhoff - April 25, 2017

One hallmark of authentic Christian relationships is consistently putting a friend or spouse’s needs above our own, yet we are often blind to our own selfish inclinations. That's why Scripture advocates regular times of solitude and self-reflection. The problem is research shows that we don't really know how to comfortably be alone with our thoughts, choosing instead to use our smart phones and other technologies for entertainment and distraction. In today's blog, Dr. Tim Muehlhoff discusses how setting aside these distractions for meaningful times of solitude with God empowers us to live out His difficult call to truly live unselfishly.


Rekindling Your Marriage As Empty Nesters

Ask the Expert Q&A - April 18, 2017

Couples entering the "empty nest" stage have usually been married for a while and may be stuck in a relational rut. What are some ways to rekindle your marriage and bring some freshness back? In today's post, Alisa Grace discusses why this is the perfect opportunity to spice things up by getting reacquainted with each other again!

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