Too many of us are taking on the task of interpreting medical and public health data and procedures we have no knowledge about.
Whether we’re renovating a house, starting a side business, writing a book or launching a new mission, adventures of all kinds keep our heart beating.
Beware the twin fallacies of omniscience and omnicompetence that lead us to believe we’re competent to judge and speak.
An investigation into Ravi Zacharias who was found to have systematically groomed vulnerable women over many years has left many believers bleeding.
How can we cultivate, care for and tend our soul in he midst of chaos to stay, well, sane? There are a couple of things you can do, here are six strategies.
2020 is ending in a rush and the first thing that suffers in busyness is reflection time – the art of seeing the meaning in our experiences.
The topic of play has grown great interest in recent decades with researchers finding it holds a score of benefits for us humans.
Like the old Ford Cortina I had that would mysteriously stop on long drives, our minds go on strike when overworked.
The idea that we could tell our heart to do something is strange, but there is merit to the psychological power of self-talk.
In the busyness of the everyday, how can we discern what we should focus on and what really matters in life? Here’s a question that can help.