Tag Archives: Christianity

Psalm 55: Hope for the Abused

In my counseling practice, I deal with the effects of sexual, emotional and physical abuse in my clients’ lives. People who have been abused, especially as children, frequently develop coping strategies that are unhealthy and keep them stuck in dysfunctional … Continue reading

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I have a confession to make

I have never read through the Bible in a systematic way. Until now. Since January 1, I’ve been using the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan…and it works! When you read bits and pieces of the Bible, it’s difficult to get a … Continue reading

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Biblical Wisdom = Good Therapy

Earlier this week, John Piper tweeted: “Thanksgiving is the dethroning of a god and turning it into a gift.” Not only is this biblical wisdom, but very effective from a therapist’s point of view. Stay tuned for more on this … Continue reading

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