In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell explains that its hard to trust someone you don't know.
In the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about the importance of knowing who is around you and why.
Erica Campbell starts off this morning’s Ericaism with one powerful bit of advice. She says; “If you’re only happy when things are good, and you fall a part when things are bad, then your faith is in things, and not God.” It’s easy for us to say, “yes, I have faith,” but do we really? […]
Psychology introduced us to the idea that what we think we know about ourselves may have nothing to do with what is actually going on in our psyches. In fact, some of our behavior is directed by unconscious wishes or beliefs that are the exact opposite of what we think we want or believe to […]
The God of heaven and earth sent us the eternal truth in the form of his Word, known to many as Jesus, to pay the cost so that we would not have to give our physical lives to get it. Instead, Jesus gave his. It is our acceptance of that life given that allows us […]
Something deep inside sternly warns us to always obey our gurus. They’re the experts, advisors and heroes whom we believe have earned the right to be THE Authority on how to do what we are trying to do. Do it their way, we reason, or you’re sure to fail. But, in the words of the […]
Since writing the “What If The Sex Is Bad? Does A Christian Have Options” I have seen all kinds of responses, most of which were just laughable, but there were a few that accurately criticized me for not really answering the question which I posed in the title. And that was very intentional, let me […]
Trust is often the hardest thing that a person can do. As infants we instantly trust the woman we call our mother because her scent and sound comfort us. Trust is defined as the reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence of hope.
You never lose by loving. You always lose by holding back- Barbara De Angelis