emotions

In Faith Walking, Erica Campbell explains that we shouldn't trust our feelings.

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell speaks directly to those who are “always in they feelings.” She explains that such a phrase, when you say it to someone else, never really communicates how you’re actually feeling? Is it anger, hurt, sadness? It’s important, Erica Campbell says, for us to be able to communicate […]

In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell reads from Psalms 95:1, a scripture about “making a joyful noise.” She then asks, what does it sound like when you speak? Are you emitting love and positivity when you speak, or heavy, negative feelings that are overbearing for the person you’re speaking with? Of course, we […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell speaks directly to those who are “always in they feelings.” She explains that such a phrase, when you say it to someone else, never really communicates how you’re actually feeling? Is it anger, hurt, sadness? It’s important, Erica Campbell says, for us to be able to communicate […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell explains that our emotions are unreliable, and that we should not trust them. She points out that emotions can change at the drop of a dime, when the facts don’t! This ties in to a conversation Erica had on the show recently, about circumstantial happiness, which is not […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, Erica Campbell reminds us not to “leave your own destiny to chase someone else’s.” She hesitancy she feels when people say, “I want to be just like you,” because ultimately wanting what someone else has is a dangerous thing. Envy is wanting what someone else has and resenting them […]

In this edition of Joy Living, Erica Campbell shares a message from Pastor John F. Hanna of New Life Covenant Church South East in Chicago. His church has about 19,000 members, and he posted a question to the masses: who or what has made you angry? This short sermon inspired Erica so much that she […]

Via Elev8.com Often the overwhelming feeling of anxiety is a physical trigger. It’s important to maintain a constant blood sugar level because the brain uses sugar, also known as glucose, as its fuel. If blood sugar levels are too low or drop too fast, then the brain starts running out of fuel. This causes the […]