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We are happy to welcome Lifestyle Magazine staff member and international Christian recording artist, Jennifer LaMountain.  In this episode she shares her passion in sharing...

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23 minutes ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Be Content with What You Have

Have you ever considered that when things aren’t going your way, maybe it’s just life teaching you a lesson about contentment?

Many people think the key to happiness is getting what they want, whether it’s a car, a promotion, expensive clothes or a million dollars.

There’s nothing wrong with wanting those things, but it raises the question: are we really going to be happy once we get them? 

The answer is no.

Why?

Because how can we be happy with those things if we’re not content with what we already have?

People who are content with what they have don’t stress themselves with what’s “lacking” in their lives.

They focus on what they have - not on what they don’t have. 

They live each day with gratitude and don’t throw a fit when things don’t go their way. They simply move on with their lives, knowing that something better is on its way.

https://lifestyle.org/what-to-do-when-things-dont-go-your-way

Be Content with What You Have

Have you ever considered that when things aren’t going your way, maybe it’s just life teaching you a lesson about contentment?

Many people think the key to happiness is getting what they want, whether it’s a car, a promotion, expensive clothes or a million dollars.

There’s nothing wrong with wanting those things, but it raises the question: are we really going to be happy once we get them?

The answer is no.

Why?

Because how can we be happy with those things if we’re not content with what we already have?

People who are content with what they have don’t stress themselves with what’s “lacking” in their lives.

They focus on what they have - not on what they don’t have.

They live each day with gratitude and don’t throw a fit when things don’t go their way. They simply move on with their lives, knowing that something better is on its way.

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What To Do When Things Don’t Go Your Way

When we were young, our parents had their ways of telling us that we won’t always get what we want. There were times that we resented them for it, but as we got older, we realized those denials actually had nuggets of wisdom in them.

It’s easy to conclude that life’s out to get us whenever we don’t get what we want.

We blame God, or the universe, whenever we don’t win competitions, fail exams, or don’t get the thing we spent all day and night praying for. 

Blaming God can be an understandable reaction, but it’s disempowering.  

There’s a better way to handle this situation besides blaming God or wallowing in self-pity because life isn’t fair. 

Want to know what it is?

Read on: https://lifestyle.org/what-to-do-when-things-dont-go-your-way

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What To Do When Things Don’t Go Your Way

When we were young, our parents had their ways of telling us that we won’t always get what we want. There were times that we resented them for it, but as we got older, we realized those denials actually had nuggets of wisdom in them.

It’s easy to conclude that life’s out to get us whenever we don’t get what we want.

We blame God, or the universe, whenever we don’t win competitions, fail exams, or don’t get the thing we spent all day and night praying for.

Blaming God can be an understandable reaction, but it’s disempowering.

There’s a better way to handle this situation besides blaming God or wallowing in self-pity because life isn’t fair.

Want to know what it is?

Read on: lifestyle.org/what-to-do-when-things-dont-go-your-way

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2 days ago

Lifestyle Magazine
When life threatens to overwhelm us, our hearts tell us that we need something more – something solid to hold on to.

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When life threatens to overwhelm us, our hearts tell us that we need something more – something solid to hold on to.

For your free copy of @FFTMikeTucker's "Jesus, Your Heart’s Desire"

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3 days ago

Lifestyle Magazine
Our very own Lifestyle Magazine staff member and international Christian recording artist, @JennLaMountain shares some amazing stories of how Christ has worked through her - and her music ministry (both as a singer as well as an artist representative for World Vision) - to help people live better lives. She reveals the health difficulties she’s confronted along with the important message that God sees the little details of your life and even though He might not be fixing your challenges, He is right there with you, seeing you through them.

Watch this weeks show: https://lifestyle.org/shows/your-life-matters

Our very own Lifestyle Magazine staff member and international Christian recording artist, @JennLaMountain shares some amazing stories of how Christ has worked through her - and her music ministry (both as a singer as well as an artist representative for World Vision) - to help people live better lives. She reveals the health difficulties she’s confronted along with the important message that God sees the little details of your life and even though He might not be fixing your challenges, He is right there with you, seeing you through them.

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Former Co-Host and lifelong friend
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wishes
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a VERY HAPPY 70th Birthday!
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3 days ago

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Former co-host and lifelong friend
Dr. John McDougall MD John McDougall MD
wishes Faith For Today @FaithforToday
a VERY Happy 70th Birthday!
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4 days ago

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Do you attribute hostile intentions?

When someone does something that hurts you, do you believe it’s because they intended to?

Most people don’t intend to harm you intentionally.

We make life more difficult when we assign bad intentions to people’s actions towards us.

Do you think that your partner is ignoring you? Maybe they’re just tired or preoccupied with something at work. Remind yourself that your partner would never do anything intentionally to hurt you.

The person who cut you off in traffic could be out of work and is rushing to a job interview. He or she didn’t do it to make you mad.

Life gets really hard when we take things personally all the time.
The world isn’t out to get us.
Sometimes things happen out of coincidence.

Attributing hostile intent will only make you feel angry, hurt or sad. 

https://lifestyle.org/4-ways-youre-making-life-harder-than-it-has-to-be

Do you attribute hostile intentions?

When someone does something that hurts you, do you believe it’s because they intended to?

Most people don’t intend to harm you intentionally.

We make life more difficult when we assign bad intentions to people’s actions towards us.

Do you think that your partner is ignoring you? Maybe they’re just tired or preoccupied with something at work. Remind yourself that your partner would never do anything intentionally to hurt you.

The person who cut you off in traffic could be out of work and is rushing to a job interview. He or she didn’t do it to make you mad.

Life gets really hard when we take things personally all the time.
The world isn’t out to get us.
Sometimes things happen out of coincidence.

Attributing hostile intent will only make you feel angry, hurt or sad.

lifestyle.org/4-ways-youre-making-life-harder-than-it-has-to-be
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5 days ago

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Are you scared to take risks?

Comfort zones.
We all have them.
And we like staying in them.
We tend to be risk-averse.
It’s our nature.

But do you ever feel stuck, trapped or in a self-made prison?

Maybe taking a few well-calculated risks is just what the doctor ordered.

We need to will ourselves to step beyond our comfort zones because that’s where we learn and grow and where life becomes less monotonous and more exciting.

What kind of risks are we talking about? 

Are we talking about throwing caution to the wind and finding a mountain to climb and jump off?
Maybe...
But probably not - especially if it’s your first mountain and first-ever base jump.

There are other risks, though.
Scarier ones.
Sometimes to make our lives better we have to risk being rejected by people or risk losing money by making calculated investments. Or, it could be starting over in a new place where no one knows you - but you do it anyway because you need a fresh start.  

Are you taking risks or playing it safe?

Set one or two simple short-term goals to improve some part of your life.
Once you overcome that challenge: set higher goals - take more risks.

We make life harder when we insist on living within the safety of our comfort zones.

https://lifestyle.org/4-ways-youre-making-life-harder-than-it-has-to-be

Are you scared to take risks?

Comfort zones.
We all have them.
And we like staying in them.
We tend to be risk-averse.
It’s our nature.

But do you ever feel stuck, trapped or in a self-made prison?

Maybe taking a few well-calculated risks is just what the doctor ordered.

We need to will ourselves to step beyond our comfort zones because that’s where we learn and grow and where life becomes less monotonous and more exciting.

What kind of risks are we talking about?

Are we talking about throwing caution to the wind and finding a mountain to climb and jump off?
Maybe...
But probably not - especially if it’s your first mountain and first-ever base jump.

There are other risks, though.
Scarier ones.
Sometimes to make our lives better we have to risk being rejected by people or risk losing money by making calculated investments. Or, it could be starting over in a new place where no one knows you - but you do it anyway because you need a fresh start.

Are you taking risks or playing it safe?

Set one or two simple short-term goals to improve some part of your life.
Once you overcome that challenge: set higher goals - take more risks.

We make life harder when we insist on living within the safety of our comfort zones.

lifestyle.org/4-ways-youre-making-life-harder-than-it-has-to-be
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