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.
Plan your life with God—in a way that allows you to measure progress. I show you how using my goal worksheet to start you off in six life areas, and it includes my calendar measuring tool too! Grab your free resource to follow along with my instructions detailed in this episode of Zara Talks.
Do you feel stuck? I help you get unstuck when you watch this episode of Zara Talks.
Find out what spiritual gift(s) God has equipped you with—to serve His Body of believers—in this episode of Zara Talks. Make sure you watch this video in full before you take the test, otherwise, you may walk away with inaccurate results.
Marriage can feel miserable when submission is taken out of context and enforced on either spouse. Learn how to practice submission when you watch “Biblical Submission,” on this episode of Zara Talks!
Who are you withholding admiration from? In this episode of Zara Talks, find out why you shouldn’t be a secret admirer and how to be more like those God used to write the Bible.
Find out why horoscopes are harmful to true believers, in this episode of Zara Talks. If you call yourself a “Christian,” you’ll definitely want to know why [horoscopes are harmful ] and what to do with this vital information.
Learn two things you can do right away if you feel like you’re in the wrong marriage.
Know that once trust is broken in a relationship, it involves serious work to restore it again. If you are struggling to trust someone—due to emotional cheating, physical cheating or physical abuse—this video will provide you with tips on how to restore it.
Studies show couples who have sex before they get married end up with less pleasurable sex lives compared to those who wait until marriage. Regardless of such useful information, it’s still a real struggle for many people. Usually it’s because they’re more focused on what they can’t do than what they can. So it’s good to know Biblical guidelines like those outlined in 1 Corinthians 7:32-35, but even better when it’s used as a tool to reinforce you positively.