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Doubt tries to swallow us whole

By Dave Henning / August 29, 2021

“The illusion of control is where doubt tries to swallow us whole.  Doubt tries to convince us no one can be trusted — it’s not worth it to believe something can be okay beyond our own doing.  And doubt wants us to believe that if we don’t feel safe, we’re not in control, so we […]


Doing the work required to set boundaries

By Dave Henning / November 26, 2020

“Doing the work required to set boundaries and feel safe as adults is critical if we are to learn to try softer.  As we begin to change the implicit or explicit narratives we were given, honoring our limits and creating safety are vital.  After all, how can we even begin to try softer with the […]


The joy of Jesus remains -experience a deep truth

By Dave Henning / May 12, 2018

“The joy of Jesus remains in your life and your joy becomes full when you are serving others.  This isn’t just a nice idea; it’s a deep truth you can experience.”- Banning Liebscher “These things I have spoken to you, that My joy may remain in you, and that your joy may be full.”- John […]


How to rest in the safety of our God’s arms

By Dave Henning / October 24, 2017

“As adults, we often accept the language of being a daughter or a son of God and yet still struggle — nearly daily and sometimes hourly — with the internal strife of not knowing how to rest in the safety of our God’s arms.”- Sara Hagerty Sara Hagerty concludes Chapter 2 of Unseen as she […]

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