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Will God Get It Right: the Accusation of the Worrier

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An individual characterized by worry is a person who is uncertain if God will get things right. Not only is the worrier unsure as to whether God will get it right, but the worrier will typically take matters into their own hands. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts… Continue Reading …

Spiritual Abuse – When It Is Time To Leave

Spiritual abuse is a broad category in that it can encompass many different kinds of relationships, contexts, and situations. Wherever there is a two-tiered system of leaders and followers, spiritual abuse can happen. Listen to the podcast You may want to read: How To Make… Continue Reading …

Abuse, Suffering, and Other Painful Disappointments

It takes grace, courage, faith, humility, patience, and a passion for wanting to grow in your walk with God. And though it’s a counterintuitive worldview, suffering is one of the primary means the Lord uses to mature us. Listen to the podcast You may want… Continue Reading …

Case Study: She Buried Her Son 10 Years Ago

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Mable comes to you for counseling. Ten years ago she buried her second son. He was shot five times by his wife. The court trial had come and gone. Her now-former daughter-in-law received 300 hours of community service for the murder. There were many lies… Continue Reading …

Case Study: Suicide

Case Study_ Suicide

Mable picked up the phone and started calling people at random. Somehow she had your number. Mable said she did not know why she was calling you, but felt as though she should. She began to tell you her story. Mable was at the end… Continue Reading …

Marriage Devotion Day 23 – What You Communicate in Crisis

Marriage Devotion Day 23 – What You Communicate in Crisis

There are at least two parts to every crisis: (1) what is happening to you in real-time and space, and (2) what is spiritually happening inside you as the Lord matures you through the trial. The first part is usually discernible to anyone associated with… Continue Reading …