How To Respond To Change

Someone once told me that our brain registers change as if it is a loss, a loss of a great season or even a poor season as you move into a new one… and loss has to be grieved. If we don’t take the time to process the goodbye to the old and and the settling of the new, we may notice ourselves conflicted with change and coping or responding poorly.

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Kellie Martin
Three Truths For The Control Freak

From trying to control how people perceive you, to the road rage you experience when people are not driving as fast as you’d like them to, to getting super frustrated when that one person is not responding or doing what you told them to… there are many ways, whether minor or major, that our heart’s desire to be in control exposes itself. Our issue with wanting to always be in control might feel natural at times, but we all know it’s unhealthy and dangerous as it results in more pain and broken relationships.

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Kellie Martin
Comfort for Your Scrapped Knees

Ever find yourself in a position where you are afraid to come to the Lord with the reality of your pain? Maybe ignoring it and deciding to not face the pain and discomfort of unmet expectations, thinking it will all go away if you just don’t touch it? The Lord actually encourages us to come to Him in prayer with these burdens instead of letting them build up and get infected.

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Kellie Martin
Putting To Death The FOMO

If we find ourselves struggling with FOMO, it’s so crucial to question ourselves. What am I afraid of? If I did miss out, what would be threatened? My Satisfaction? Success? Popularity? Joy? Control? If we are intentional to dig a little deeper with these questions they’ll shed light on the fact that FOMO positions us to fear and give control to the wrong things.

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Kellie Martin