Monday, July 4, 2022

Keep Painting

Earlier this year I took up painting as a hobby. I have no illusions of achieving the skill of Renoir or Van Gogh. I have no desire to follow the likes of Picasso. I have no plans of selling off the house and moving...

How to Find Strength

Knowing one’s “strengths” is a hot topic in today’s world. According to Gallop, the component of human strength been studied and analyzed for over 60 years. The intention has been to help businessmen and women work from a position of strength,...

How to Find Belonging in Transition

Growing up as a military kid, change and transition have been normal parts of my life. By the time I was I middle school, I had lived in seven different states. Right before my senior year of high school,...

How to Set Healthy Boundaries

Editor’s note: May is Mental Health Awareness month, and so we here at The King’s Collective have teamed with The King’s University’s Marriage and Family Therapy department to bring you some great articles about issues related to mental health. The topic of...

What PTSD Really Means

Editor’s note: May is Mental Health Awareness month, and so we here at The King’s Collective have teamed with The King’s University’s Marriage and Family Therapy department to bring you some great articles about issues related to mental health. Mental health terminology...

How to Overcome Anxiety

Editor’s note: May is Mental Health Awareness month, and so we here at The King’s Collective have teamed with The King’s University’s Marriage and Family Therapy department to bring you some great articles about issues related to mental health. Anxiety is about...

Mental Health Myths

Editor's note: May is Mental Health Awareness month, and so we here at The King's Collective have teamed with The King's University's Marriage and Family Therapy department to bring you some great articles about issues related to mental health. In...

The Agony and Irony of Obscurity

It was a brisk autumn day as Tim and I walked into the restaurant for lunch and our weekly mentoring time. Tim was on the staff at a large church and by all outward appearance seemed to be doing...

What Is Antisemitism?

There is a Yiddish saying, “A Jew is made up of twenty-eight percent fear, two percent sugar, and seventy percent chutzpah.” Why twenty-eight percent fear? Because of the history of antisemitism. Many of us have seen recent headlines about Jewish...

HOW CAN I EXPERIENCE SPIRITUAL GROWTH?

Did you make New Year’s resolutions this year? Maybe you want to lose weight, read more, eat healthier, start a business, or just put down your phone more. Maybe your resolutions are geared towards spiritual growth, so you decided...

How Can Christians Respond to Antisemitism?

“Maybe they’ll have compassion for Jews!”  These were some of the repulsive last words of Malik Faisal Akram, who attacked Congregation Beth Israel in The King's University's backyard in Colleyville, Texas, on Saturday, January 15, 2022. Moments later, the...

Unity, Worship, and the Other

I was recently reading from a book by Francis Chan on the subject of unity. Chan stated that the key to seeing unity between believers in Jesus is worship. Chan says, “Our lack of praise may actually be the biggest...