Jennifer Greenberg Articles

New Articles: Porn, Holiday Blues, and Coping with Frustrating Parents

Over the past few months, a number of my articles have been published by The Gospel Coalition, ERLC, and CrossWalk. Here’s a catalog about what I’ve been writing:

The Gospel Coalition:

8 Signs of True Repentance
There are stubborn sinners who refuse to apologize, liars who claim to be sorry when they’re not, and hypocrites who may truly believe they’re sorry yet lack sympathy or understanding of biblical repentance. So what are the attributes of genuine repentance? Here are eight signs I’ve gleaned, from life and from God’s Word. Read More.

Help! My Folks Drive Me Crazy
As children, we often view our parents as superheroes. They’re the nicest, smartest, best people ever, because we’re their kids, and we love them. But we all mature, and we come to view our parents differently once we’re adults. We notice their faults, and their previously endearing quirks now grate on our last nerve. This shift in understanding—the humanization of our parents—can be extremely painful. Read More.

The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC)

Why Porn is so Harmful for Children & How To Protect Them
What I’m about to tell you is disturbing and painful. However, my goal isn’t to upset you, or really even to shock you. Rather, I want to use my experience to equip you so that you can better protect the children in your life. Read More.

4 Things I’ve Learned About Suicidal Thoughts & Depression
When I was a kid, one of my favorite stories was “The Little Match Girl,” by Hans Christian Anderson. She was a poor child who sold matches in the frozen streets around Christmas time. As she wandered through icy alleys, she could smell hot food cooking in the houses. She could see warm fires and decorated trees sparkling through the windows. But then the cold overcame her—both physical and spiritual—and she began to see visions of the joy set before her, beyond this world, in heaven. Read More.

CrossWalk

3 Ways to Feel Thankful When You’re Sad
I know I’m not alone in feeling depressed around the holidays. They can be a time of grieving and loneliness for many. A time for remembering not only what was, but what could have been, and what should have been. I mourn the dream of a loving father, and the grandparents my kids will never have. I mourn the relationships that can never be ‘normal’ because they were formed in abnormality. Read More.

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