How Convictions Create A Sound Mind

The forth Biblical Foundation for mental health is a “sound mind.” In this teaching you will receive an full and adequate definition of a sound mind. The connection to overcoming Bi-Polar and Schizo-affective Disorders among others will be plainly evident. Ten aspects of convictions are demonstrated as to their affect on soundness of mind. The…

How To Have A Sound Mind – Part 2

W After a brief review of the attributes and meaning of a Sound Mind, this teaching proceeds to address a very unhealthy mental condition called a “reprobate mind.” Surprisingly, this mental condition is very widespread and you will learn 25 consequences to this mental deficiency. Not all our thoughts are our own. We have many…

How To Have A Sound Mind – Part 1

What is a “Sound Mind?” That is how this teaching begins. We each must assume responsibility for the condition of our minds… no dodging, no blaming, no excuses, no alibis! Ouch! Soundness of mind certainly includes being sound, sturdy and stable… no bi-polar, no schizophrenia. You will learn the first Biblical secret to mental stability…

Living by the Principles of Peace

God wants us to live in peace with all men. That means everyone. Jesus taught us to love everyone—not just the people we like. He said His Father loved all people and was not selfishly motivated as we often are. Face it. We want someone to be our friend so we treat them kindly. But…

Ending the Greatest Mental Disorder

Who’s on the throne of your heart? What happens when you get squeezed a little? What comes out of you? Are you devoted to yourself or are you a submitted follower of God? When we choose to be independent and rely on ourselves, we separate ourselves from God and reject His rule over us. What’s…

12 Reasons Not to Judge Others

The Scripture is very clear about being judgmental. As Christians we must understand that judging others is not part of the Christian walk. Jesus taught very clearly and made no mistake about the issue, in fact he said “Judge not, that ye be not judged.” — Matthew 7:1 Remember, God is the judge and we…

How Thankfulness Affects Mental Health

The opposite of being thankful is to be grumbling and complaining. These directly affect mental health in extremely negative ways. In this teaching you will learn the twelve self-destructive dynamics of grumbling. However, you will also learn the ten mental health advantages of being a thanks-giver. The teaching concludes with four steps to becoming a…