When I see clients, assessments for anger, depression, anxiety, the unexpected, self-care, and the past proceed continually. Sometimes it is helpful to have a constant visual to remind us of the essentials of our mental and emotional health. If you are like me, you drive every day. We often spend hours in our cars andContinue reading “7 Ways Your Car Can Remind You of the Essentials of Emotional Health.”
There are some types of unfair treatment that go beyond what is considered normal. We call this abuse. And yes, abuse is very unfair.
There it is in verse five, “we take captive every thought and make it obey Christ.” “Maybe I’m just not there yet,” she says to herself. Off to bed she goes, praying for a peaceful night.
I believe God spoke the earth, universe, and animals into existence. God called His creation good, but He did not pursue it. He walked among creation, but it did not enjoy fellowship. His creation could not disobey, disappoint, grieve His heart or deny His existence. Yet His creation could never love and enjoy Him. ThereContinue reading “My Creed in Counseling”
Book Review How to Read the Bible For All Its Worth Book Review. 3rd Ed. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003 “Just read the bible and do what is says!”. Good advice, yet quite incomplete. How does one read the Bible? Is it read like a novel? Like a history book? Like a list or rules? DoContinue reading “Book Review: How to Read the Bible For All Its Worth”
The psalmist started with God revealing Himself in what everyone could see. He ended with God moving where no one could see.
Premiss of The Shack The Shack by Wm. Paul Young is a riveting parable which aims to expose the role of the Triune God in tragedy. According to Young, The Shack is a story which creates a space for people to hear whatever the Spirit would be telling them in whatever place they are inContinue reading “The Shack Review”