Recognize the traits of opinionated people, and two ways to deal with them (like Yeshua)—on this episode of Zara Talks.
The fight with unbelief usually springs from a pride within our own heart, so we must be adamant about asking God to search our heart, constantly. Otherwise we end up masking the real issue; pride. For many Christians, they pretend their zeal for God is driving them, when they’re really only after something they envy or covet (rooted in pride). That pride keeps us from relying on God’s understanding, which then prevents us from growing in faith. So, we succumb to unbelief. WATCH now, to learn more.
Wish they would just be more like you? Or, wish you could be more like them? Cut that out, you act the way you do for a reason and a purpose! In this episode of Zara Talks, I help you learn more about yourself and what to do with the information.
Get free from the trap of opinion! In this episode of Zara Talks, I show you why God doesn’t want you to be a people-pleaser and how to stop being one.
Get your emotions under control! Here’s an easy way to do it.
Has God tricked me? Did I shelve 2016 with the “worst years of my life,” years? Will you try this activity, or are you scared? Watch this video to get answers to these questions +more.
What was the last thing you thanked God for? How often do you thank Him? Did you know it is the will of God that we, His children and disciples of Christ, be thankful in all things? I offer a really simple tip that can help you do just that, in this video. Share it so you can help your friends and family too!
It took me over 18 years before I finally got help with my mental disorder, and it only happened “by chance,” when I finally attempted the suicide I’d long dreamed about. Watch this video to learn more about my story, and how you can help your loved ones with a similar struggle. May the lies you believe about mental health issues be uprooted!
Just because they minimize your hurt, doesn’t mean it’s minimal. Just because it wouldn’t impact them the way it’s impacting you, doesn’t mean they’re stronger…or, that it isn’t “that serious.” If it matters to you, it most certainly matters to our Father. He knows, He sees (even the details they don’t), and He understands your hurt and pain fully. Find out what I mean in this video series.
We sometimes end up in lonely life seasons, left to feel like no one cares. Do you wish someone would encourage you in your dark time? While it seems like there is no one to encourage you, there actually is. Find out who in this 60-second HeartCheck.
You probably hear the popular belief that “all men cheat,” on talk and radio shows, television, and even amongst your peers. As a matter of fact, you yourself might even believe it is true. Whether you think all men cheat, some men cheat, or your views are somewhere in-between, the Bible has key evidence to dispute the popular belief altogether. Listen to this 60-second HeartCheck to find out.
Does the heartbreak still hurt you? Are you struggling to move on from what occurred due to their betrayal? Sometimes we just bask in our heartbreak, without stopping to ask why we are still hurting. So, why are you hurting after all this time? In this 60-second HeartCheck, find out one reason that could be causing your hurt to stay at a standstill.
Did they get away with hurting you? Maybe you feel betrayed by an ex, while they seem to flaunt their happiness all over social media. Or, perhaps an associate lied on you without penalty. Now, all you can think about is the injustice you feel. Thanks be to God, there is something you can do about it. Find out one option, specifically, in this 60-second HeartCheck.
We hear all kinds of simple sayings like, “Easy As 1-2-3,” and “Sweet As Pie,” without really investigating their meaning. However, when it comes to terms like “Fool For Love,” we might want to slow down and think about what we are truly saying. Find out why “Fool For Love,” is a bad term, and the reason we should stop using it, in this 60-second HeartCheck.
Do you feel overwhelmed? Weighed down with responsibilities or problems? The weight of the world does not belong on your shoulders. There is a solution! Find out one simple resolve, and get a burden lift, in this 60-second HeartCheck.
Since he was twelve years old, Kel Mitchell’s been known for playing the funny guy. Many confuse his real life with make-believe. They think he’s lived carefree, void of trial and far from pain. He smiles in almost every picture (a trait especially scarce in most men) and it’s easy to find people who consider him a positive example (not as easy for most of today’s celebrities). However, after listening to Kel describe his suicidal attempt, past struggles with drug and alcohol use, and details about his divorce, it became clear there was a time when nothing was funny about his life.