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SHALOM AMIDST THE ANGRY MOBS

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People are angry. Muslims are angry. Christians are angry. Secularists are angry. Lines are being drawn. Sides are being taken. Hate, fear, aggression, and protests abound. Our World Muslims are angry because they feel targeted and misrepresented as a homogenized mass. Christians are angry because they’re fearful in a climate of a frenzied media. Secularists are angry because they just want to be left alone to get on with their life. You don’t have to look very far to find an angry mob. And you don’t have to look too far to find a church in the middle of these angry mobs. Aleem Ali Aleem Ali is a product of multiculturalism and grace. The grandson of an Imam, the son of a…

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5 THINGS TO STOP DOING TO YOUR EMOTIONAL HEALTH

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IQ is a measurable value. EQ is immeasurably valuable. Your EQ (Emotional Quotient) is more important than your IQ. Emotional health is a blessing from God and a powerful resource because the end result of emotional health is love for others. We can’t afford to get that wrong. 5 Things To Stop Doing To Your Emotional Health 1. Stop qualifying emotions as “good” and “bad.” There are no “good” or “bad” emotions. There are emotions. Too often people think of anger, jealousy, resentment, envy, shame, or fear as bad emotions. We feel defective as people of faith when we feel the “wrong” things. Some take the view even further and see these emotions as sin, in that “it’s a sin…

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