The Anxious Parent

Anxiety in today’s culture is real. It has many faces. It arrives in all of our lives with various levels of acuity and for different reasons. As parents, it’s such a juggling act trying to lead our children in such a way that we are protecting them from worry that they shouldn’t have to endure, while leading them through appropriate amounts of anxiety – theirs and ours.  I probably feel most disappointed in my own parenting when I see my sons ...

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3 Ways to Engage Poverty Now

We typically define poverty as “the lack of material things or access to tangible resources.” There are three elements to poverty that you may not initially think about that I would like to shed some light on. The most obvious element of poverty that we see is someone’s physical well-being. We are able to analyze if they have access to food, clean water, shelter, etc., but what we often cannot see with our own eyes is their spiritual, emotional, and ...

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Harris Creek Weekly Shownotes–Episode 015: Faith & Politics

div.sap-embed-player{position:relative;width:100%;height:150px;}div.sap-embed-player>iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;} Episode Description In this episode of Harris Creek Weekly Jon Green, our Downtown Campus Pastor, and Nate Hilgenkamp, our College Minister, sit down with Dr. Jonathan Tran, a professor, author, and ethicist at Baylor University for a conversation on the intersection of faith and politics. With a subject like this, it's important to note that the views expressed in this episode are reflective of Dr. Tran's personal beliefs. We understand when discussing something as highly charged as politics you may find ...

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