What Others Think vs. Our True Identity

Donna HartFor Those Seeking Hope3 Comments

As God’s children we know we are created for relationship.  God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit function as one God in a relationship of perfect unity.  We learn that as we have been created in His image we are created for unified relationships. When many close friendships seemingly fade away, we can start to think … Read More

Christmas brought us “Far More”

Tim AllchinFor Those Seeking HopeLeave a Comment

As Mary and Joseph made their way to Bethlehem, they faced a world of uncertainty.  On a national level, power struggles, politics, and injustice dominated the public discourse.  On a personal level, family uncertainty, personal exhaustion, and life transitions likely crowded their thinking almost every day.  Does that sound familiar to what you may have experienced this week? The good … Read More

Too Busy for Counseling?

Krista LambertFor Those Seeking HopeLeave a Comment

Too Busy for Counseling

Our lifestyles are often so busy that we don’t know if we can fit one more thing into our schedules. Many people believe they would benefit from counseling, but they struggle with concerns over the time commitment. Do you feel like you’re too busy for counseling? As internet speeds and video communication options have increased, online counseling via video has … Read More

Counseling Via Video: 3 advantages and 1 downside

Lucy MollFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope5 Comments

When a hurting person meets with a biblical counselor via video, the world opens. Counselees living in Topeka or Timbuktu, and every place in between, can receive the benefits of counseling by the Word and in the power of the Spirit, wherever they are. In fact, all that’s needed to “deliver” biblical counseling is the internet. And some 4.5 billion … Read More