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It’s Okay to be Sad: Recovering a Biblical Perspective on Emotion

Emotions are not intended by God to control us, shame us, or plague us but to open a window into the soul.

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A Confession and a Struggle

For much of my adult life, I have suppressed emotion. This isn’t to say that I am not an emotional…

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Short posts designed to help you tether all of life to the cross of the risen and reigning Jesus.

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Dr. McKay Caston

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Helping folks come alive to the wonder, beauty, and transforming power of God’s grace by magnifying the cross of the risen and reigning Jesus in every post.

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