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Break free from shame and regret

Are you controlled by the opinions of others? Are you wrestling with shame because of events or choices in your past? On the weekend edition of Live the Promise we hear Susie’s discussion with counselor Ed Welch. They unpack the dangers of codependency and look at how Christ sets us free from shame. Ed’s book is When People Are Big and…

Susie Larson


Do you talk to yourself?

You may not realize it, but we all talk to ourselves. We continuously carry on an inner dialogue about how we view life, people, God, and even our selves.  The Bible cautions us to pay attention to the way that we talk to ourselves. One of the reasons we must do so is because we don’t usually tell ourselves the truth. For example,…


The KISS approach to marriage

When conflicts arise, making a marriage work can seem incredibly difficult…even impossible. Though emotions become intense, heated, sad, fearful, or even avoidant, don’t despair. These are all clues that you and your spouse really care! If you didn’t care, there would be very little emotion. Many couples, however, don’t know…


The gift of acceptance

Aimee and John were arguing even as they entered my counseling office. Aimee announced, “I just found out John’s been smoking again. I can’t believe it. What’s wrong with him?” It was John’s turn to blast Aimee. “She treats me like I’m 15 years old. I know smoking is not good for me. I don’t smoke in the house and I don’t smoke when I’m around…


How to forgive and why it’s good for you

Sheila said, “I know I’m supposed to forgive my husband for hurting me, but how exactly do I do it? I try but I still feel angry and bad thoughts come into my head. How do I know when I’ve let his offense go?” I find many believers struggle with the practical application of biblical truths. We know where we want to go, we’re just not sure how…


The 5 love languages: military edition

Any marriage will benefit by knowing and speaking each other’s love language.  Being married in the military adds additional challenges to a relationship, and love languages are even more important.  Best-selling author Dr. Gary Chapman has written a new book on the 5 love languages especially for military families and he’…

Carmen LaBerge


It’s time for another round of The Blame Game

The other night, an incident that happened a couple years ago resurfaced at the dinner table.  My husband, one of my daughters, Leigha and I were discussing how Leigha was able to text me when she didn’t have anything to text me with.  She informed me that she used the IPad, which then was followed up by her father asking “well,…


Five things you can do to help someone that has been abused

This month is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Did you know that one in four women report some sort of abuse in her most intimate relationships? We’ve all been in situations where we have a gut feeling something isn’t quite right or someone has disclosed something to us and we’re not sure what to do. Sometimes we respond by pretending…


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