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In What Ways Are You Like Solomon

           I get such pleasure out of studying the book of Ecclesiastes.  Solomon gives us his autobiography raw and unedited and shows us his human frailties.  He searched high and low for the meaning of life.  He searched everywhere “under … Continue reading

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Ya Big Bully!!!

                 Let’s see.  When our children are born, they are blank slates that we have the opportunity to write on.  We dream they’ll grow up to serve God one day by becoming whatever it is He wants them to … Continue reading

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Hypnosis and Christian Counseling: Part 1

                      The term, hypnosis, was derived from Greek mythology. The god of sleep was called hypnos.  Hypnosis is used in a variety of counseling, including Christian counseling.  Those who are proponents of hypnosis say it’s nearly impossible to treat … Continue reading

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Psychology and Theology: Medications

         DISCLAIMER: The information provided to you in this article has been compiled from numerous journals, research papers, and studies for the sole purpose of offering you, the reader, a look at the risks of medication management to weigh against … Continue reading

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Psychology and Theology: Depression

                      The DSM-IV (now in a fifth edition) is a manual detailing the criteria needed to help clinicians diagnose and treat multitudes of psychiatric disorders in their clients.  The most highly diagnosed realm within this manual is the Mood … Continue reading

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Psychology and Theology: It’s Us Against Them!

               I have had the unfortunate experience of personally seeing how the mental health industry has affected the way people are helped when they are at their most vulnerable states.  I’ll give you one example showing the mentality of … Continue reading

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