How Should We Respond to Anger?

As long as I can remember “anger” has been an unavoidable emotion that rears in me whenever something does not set right with my values or expectations.


“Scripture tells us that Jesus “learned obedience by the things which He suffered.” (Hebrews 5:8)Is it possible to look beyond our circumstances to see what God is trying to teach us? Read Dealing with Suffering for a biblical response and scripture to use for your prayers.


Stressors appear in many shapes. Work, financial, and even illness all affect us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. One strategy to relieve stress is listening to music. Listen to the sweet musical sounds and feel your body relax in the article, Relieving Stress with Music.


 As a young mother, I had no idea what to teach my children about God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. But during years of children ministry, I have learned how to share salvation with children. If you have children within your influence, read Important bible truths to share with children.

Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength

Mark 12: 30 NIV
I wish we could walk together in the coolness of the morning. I would wrap my arms around you in a big mama bear hug and together we would share snippets of our lives to encourage each other, as well as laugh together as good friends do.

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April is a teacher, speaker and writer

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