The Twin Obstacles to Generosity

A Counselor Reflects on Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis “For many of us the great obstacle to charity lies not in our luxurious living or desire for more money, but in our fear—fear of insecurity. This must often be recognized as a temptation. Sometimes our pride also...

Blame It On the Body?

A Counselor Reflects on Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis  “Most of the man’s psychological make up is probably due to his body: when his body dies all that will fall off him, and the real central man, the thing that chose, that made the best or the worst of this raw...

10 Ways Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin Effects You

This resource is taken from the “True Betrayal: Overcoming the Betrayal of Your Spouse’s Sexual Sin” seminar notebook. As you seek to understand the impact of your spouse’s sexual sin upon you, it is important to recognize that these impacts will come in two...

Loving the Unlovable in Me

A Counselor Reflects on Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis “I admit that this means loving people who have nothing lovable about them. But then, has oneself anything lovable about it? You love it simply because it is yourself. God intends us to love all selves in the...

C.S. Lewis on Loving Myself

A Counselor Reflects on Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis “For a long time I used to think this a silly, straw-splitting distinction: how could you hate what a man did and not hate the man? But years later it occurred to me that there was one man to whom I had been...