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Anger is a strong emotion that can lead to dramatic change, for good or for evil. One of the greatest challenges of the Christian life is to “be angry and do not sin.” These resources will empower you to bridle and harness the forceful emotion of anger.

  • by Lorelei Nettles
Language is a useful tool for communicating, but used in the wrong way it can become useless or damaging.
  • by Scott Delamater
A word we know, but may find difficulty defining: “meek”
  • by United Church of God
What makes you mad? Knowing the triggers and controlling them is vital.
  • by United Church of God
How well have we been "tempered" in the trials we've faced?
  • by Anonymous Author
Can we be addicted to an emotion or a feeling? Let's look at the emotion of anger.
  • by United Church of God
What we think in our hearts defines who we are (Proverbs 23:7).
  • by Linda LaBissoniere
Every child gets angry occasionally, but when anger, aggressive acts and negative comments become the norm, it is important for parents to take action to help their children. You can help your child learn to cope with his feelings and express anger in appropriate ways.
  • by United Church of God
Greetings friends, We sometimes say things in anger that we do not mean.
  • by Linda LaBissoniere
Few relationships can produce more challenges and frustrations than the parent-child relationship. What can we do when love and anger collide in the family?
  • by Katherine Rowland
In spite of loud complaints from some wives and husbands, married people are generally happier than single people when they apply some important principles. Find out what those principles are.
  • by United Church of God
Some things are good to keep and some are good to give away. Here is one that is best kept under lock and key.
  • by United Church of God
The tongue is hard to control.
  • by John Cafourek, Larry Scher
What does God say about how the pain and suffering experienced in today's world can be healed? The third part of a series by the Focused Education team on abuse.