Counseling Women Abused as Kids

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“Counseling for Women Abused as Kids” is the third post in a four-part blog series on godly responses to kids and sexual sin. Part 1 looked at grooming tactics used by predators: “Stay Safe from Child Sexual Abuse,” and Part 2 wrestled with “When Kids View Pornography.” Despite parents’ best efforts, sometimes sex abusers hurt children. The effects can last a lifetime. … Read More

Stay Safe from Child Sexual Abuse

Dr. Lucy Ann MollFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope3 Comments

This post on child sexual abuse is the first in a four-part series on sexual sin and kids. On Tuesday, biblical counselor and teacher Sherry Allchin tackles pornography. Child sexual abuse is criminal and deeply wounds victims — emotionally, spiritually, and physically. Did you know that child sexual abuse is rampant? Crimes Against Children Research Center states that: 1 in 5 … Read More

Regret to Restoration

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regret to restoration

Is regret messing with your peace? Is your regret so painful that you’d like to erase a part of your past? Let’s look at regret — what it is, the two main types, and how to move from regret to restoration. Regret Defined Regret is feeling sorrow or remorse for something you did or failed to do. Sometimes regret becomes disappointment. This feeling … Read More

Fearful? Watch Out for Anger!

Dr. Lucy Ann MollFor Those Seeking Hope4 Comments

Fearful? Anger may get you too. Have you felt anxious when suddenly something inside you just snapped? Fear morphs into anger and you feel even worse. If you let yourself slide into self-pity, which is a sneaky face of anger, you may begin calling yourself “a waste of space.” If you let your anger turn to outwardly directly rage, don’t … Read More