“I want you to show tenderness through my tenderness toward you.” This week of the blog, Heidi Lepper Barrett explains how allowing God to soften our hearts can help us share His tenderness with others.
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“What is that suffering inviting you to?” Big question, huh? This week, Heidi Lepper Barrett prayerfully explores this question and challenges us to do the same.
How heavy is the backpack you carry? This week, Heidi Lepper Barrett explores what we may not realize is in our backpacks of life and what we may find when we chuck the junk.
Heidi Lepper Barrett grew up oceanside and learned how to “ride the wave.” In her latest blog post, Heidi applies this analogy to daily life and shows how to turn waves of tensions into love, peace, and togetherness.
Today, in part 2 of Your Ego is Not Your Amigo, Heidi Lepper Barrett provides two tips on how we can prune our ego and create new habits for living as our true selves!
Today’s blog is part one of a two-part series. Heidi Lepper Barrett explores how our ego overshadows our true nature given to us by God.
“We really do at the core of us have a young child within and when we meet each other at that level, with the united heart of one child reaching out to the other’s child, we simply live out peace much better in our daily lives.” Heidi Lepper Barrett shares another post in her column for The Well.
In her latest post for The Well, Dr. Heidi Lepper Barrett builds upon previous blogposts to continue encouraging happy, healthy, whole and holy lives.
The glass mirror as we know it today is only about 200 or so years old. For most of human history it was only in still water where one could see what one ‘looked’ like. Which begs the question: at any moment, do you know what you ‘look’ like? Not identifying features such as the shape of your nose or color of your eyes … but do you know what you ‘look’ like to others? When others see your face, do they want to approach you or avoid you? When others see your face, do they feel welcomed and loved or not so much? When God looks at you, does He see His own Light reflected back? Heidi Lepper Barrett explores in her latest post for The Well’s blog.
“In the end what we all want is to have inner peace so we can live out the Gospel. But it’s pride and shame and our inner thoughts that actually promote most of our suffering and distress. We have been conditioned from day one that there is in fact something to pursue that is greater than God himself.” Heidi Lepper Barrett shares on how pride and shame create havoc with our identity as daughters of God.