Afraid to be a Real Man

I’m excited to share with you a guest post from blogger Andrew Beck. Andrew blogs at, a site meant to encourage, challenge, and inspire you on your walk with Christ. He is married to Gina, and they have two daughters Lia and Ariana. In the last 5 years, he and his family have immersed themselves in church and the Bible and seen their lives transformed.

null (1)Today he shares how daily choices are opportunities to define ourselves…and even when we make the wrong choice, we have a God who chose to be a real man for us and offer us forgiveness and eternity! 

Afraid to be a Real Man
Andrew Beck

Now I am sure you are wondering what I mean “afraid to be a real man”.  I am talking about being a man who under all circumstances will follow Jesus. He doesn’t succumb to the pressure of this world to tone it down when around certain people or in certain situations.

This doesn’t mean you go around quoting scripture to people all the time, but your actions need to show it. We cannot have different actions based on the people we are with; this isn’t how we are called to live. Continue reading


Guest posts are a blessing!

Some big changes are coming up in the next couple of months for Cast Your Worries. We’ll have an official logo, a snazzier layout, a new address, and more tools to help you strategically battle worry. There are some changes I just can’t wait to share!

Changes are a comin'!

I love the idea of guest posting. It’s such a blessing to hear other’s perspectives on worry. My take on life is as a 30 something mom…but not everyone is like me!

Each month, we will have a guest post. You will hear from moms, dads, men, professionals, teens, and more about their experience with worry and with God.

There will be two types of guest posts, intended to bless you with insights into worry and God’s faithfulness. Here’s what they’re about: Continue reading

2 Ways to Organize Away Worry

For some of us, the start of the new school year is like January 1st. It’s the perfect time for new starts. We resolve to make better breakfasts, be more organized in the morning, not be late, and in general be the school parent we’ve always dreamed of being.

That usually means we need to be more organized.

So that’s what I’ve been trying to do for the last couple of months. I have a lot of responsibilities I’m trying to juggle and I need a road map for my days.

Does your

I realized something as I sought to organize my craziness:

I worry more when I’m stressed.

This seems like a total DUH, but sometimes the obvious is veiled. Continue reading