The Tapestry Blog

  • The Fight Under The Fight In Your Marriage

    Today Beverly Elliott and Thomas Buchanan join us for a discussion about conflict in marriage. Today we’re going to take a look under the hood and talk about the fight beneath the fight. Because when a marital fight gets heated, the content of the fight is rarely what the fight is actually about.

    The Fight Under The Fight

  • The Holiday Blues

    Today Sarah Collier and Stace Huff join me to discuss the Holiday Blues. All too often disappointment is as much a part of the Holiday experience as pumpkin pie and candy canes. In todays show, Stace and Sarah offer some insights into why that is, as well as some practical ideas for how to better minimize and manage your experience of Christmas disappointment.

    The Holiday Blues

  • Honesty in the Face of Suffering

    Today Bev Elliott and Thomas Buchanan join me for a conversation on the heartbreak of being a Georgia Bulldog fan. And, then, on a more serious note, we discuss the challenge of maintaining an honest relationship with God in the face of suffering and loss. I think that you’ll find Bev and Thomas’ insights on how to pray with courage and humility, particularly helpful.

    Honesty in the Face of Loss

  • What Do You Want? Protest or Understanding

    Today Daniel Peeks and Mary Breshears join me for a conversation about protest and understanding. Using the current conflict around kneeling during the national anthem as a launching pad, Mary and Daniel offer insights on how we tend to become so preoccupied with the behavior or protests of our loved ones that we often miss rich opportunities to understand and connect with them better. I think that you’re going to find today’s conversation helpful to you as a parent, a spouse and , perhaps, a citizen.

    Protest and Understanding

  • Fear and Rejection

    Today Bev Elliott and Thomas Buchanan join me for a conversation about rejection. Designed to experience the perfect love of a heavenly father, but living as broken persons in a fallen world, we are all primed to experience some degree of rejection in our human relationships. That is inevitable. What is within our control, though, is how we manage the subsequent fear of rejection. I think that everyone will find today’s discussion helpful, because as Thomas and Bev show us, the fear of rejection is something we will all wrestle with.

    Fear and Rejection

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