PTSD: Giving Help and Hope (part 1)

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PTSD: Are you or a family member stuggling with symptoms of what our society labels post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? Want help? In this 3-part series, guest writer Greg Gifford provides a biblical perspective for understanding and helping someone with symptoms of PTSD. This article appeared first here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. Help for … Read More

Sexual Lust and Women

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Sexual lust isn’t a guy’s problem only. In this frank article by Kelly Needham, she shares encouragement on how to handle this sin that embarrasses women. It begins with opening up and confessing sin. This article appeared first here at Revive Our Hearts and is used with permission. Lust, sexual fantasies, pornography, masturbation–these were all things common to man, not common … Read More

Open Letter to a Suffering Saint (part 2)

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SUFFERING: Are you a suffering saint? Get hope from guest writer Joshua Waulk of Baylight Counseling, whose article appeared first here on his counseling website. This is part two of two parts. Used with permission. Read part one here.  What follows is part two a two-part series on an admittedly difficult topic. As a biblical counseling ministry, we regularly work with … Read More

Open Letter to a Suffering Saint (part 1)

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SUFFERING: Are you a suffering saint? Get hope from guest writer Joshua Waulk of Baylight Counseling, whose article appeared first here on his counseling website. This is part one of two parts. Used with permission.   What follows is part one of a two-part series on an admittedly difficult topic. As a biblical counseling ministry, we regularly work with those … Read More

Anger Problems? Solutions for a ‘Madman’

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Did you know anger begets anger? An angry person may become a “madman.” Get solutions from Dr. Donna Hart, PhD, whose article first appeared here on her website. Used with permission. The motivating emotional force of anger can cause a person to appear to be a madman. Unfortunately, those who are angry seem to be the last to understand the … Read More

Is Your Soul Healthy?

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So is your soul healthy? In this insightful post by Dr. Donna Hart, PhD, she helps you understand your restlessness as well as suggestions to regain soul health. Her article appeared first here on her website and is used by permission. One of the most difficult things in this life is to have a mind and soul of peace. It … Read More

TRIALS: God’s Blessings in Disguise

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Trials get your attention. They can draw you toward toward Christ, or you may choose to runaway. What’s your usual response when a trial comes your way? This article by Lucy Ann Moll, an ACBC-certified counselor and a doctoral student, first appeared here on her website. It used used by permission. Who likes trials? Only masochists, right? Yet in Jesus … Read More

Escape: Try This Very Best Way to Get Away

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Escape from life’s dudgery and stress sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? But what is the very best way to get away? A trip to the Bahamas or something better? This article by Donna Hart, PhD, first appeared here on her website and is used with permission. Our American culture is one that often encourages us to escape. When we feel tired … Read More

Grace and Truth: How to Find the Balance

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Grace and truth: Jesus personifies these two essential qualities of the Christian life and shows us how to life them out in balance. This article by Donna Hart, PhD, appeared first here at her website and is used with permission. We often hear that the Christian life is all about becoming like Jesus. But what does it look like to … Read More