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Want to Become a Christian Counselor: Where is Our Vocation?

Want to Become a Christian Counselor: Where is Our Vocation?

Christian Counseling: Daily Life is Where We Will Find Our Vocation So much time is spent in Christian Counseling hoping to discern a vocation.  Should I marry or enter the religious life?  With such uncertainty, counseling can offer ways to find discernment.  The Ignatian model of discernment is an excellent way to discern spirits and vocations, but today, I do not want to focus on aides of discernment.  Instead I would rather emphasize what we already know–that we are called to know, love, serve God and our to love our neighbor as ourself.  No vocation will ever flourish unless we

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Christian Spiritual Counseling Certification Program: You Are Already Forgiven

Christian Spiritual Counseling Certification Program: You Are Already Forgiven

Christian Counseling: Sin is Forgiven, We Need to Only Seek Forgiveness Christians as they go through life bear much guilt.  While non-believers will mock Christian guilt over sin as a psychological malady, we know much better.  Christian Counselors can help their spiritual children by emphasizing that while guilt leads to contrition, it can also lead to despair. The reality is we are already forgiven.  We need merely to tap into the sacrfice of the cross and bathe in the precious blood of Christ.  The grace is already there and the payment for the sin has already been paid. We sometimes

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How to Pray in the Midst of Crises

How to Pray in the Midst of Crises

How should we respond in the midst of crises? The short answer is: by praying. Here are some examples from the Psalms. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: In our most turmoil, we sometimes do not realize that God is closest, but he still needs to hear our prayer.  This is when prayer is most beneficial.  In these moments of desolation, Christ and God is very close to our heart.  We may not realize it, but we are being carried in these moments. St Teresa of Avila teaches that when we feel most abandoned is when Christ is most near. 

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Alister McGrath on Why C.S. Lewis is So Important

  Alister McGrath discusses reasons for C.S. Lewis’ enduring influence as an author and Christian apologist. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: C.S. Lewis one of the greatest early Twentieth Century Christian Authors was famous for a variety of books, including the Screwtape Letters. Alister McGrath takes sometime to discuss the role of C.S. Lewis as an author and Christian apologist. In the meantime, please review Education Program in Christian Counseling offered by AIHCP.  The Education Program in Christian Counseling offers a variety of courses that lead to certification. For those who wish to recertify in the Education Program in

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How to Find Spiritual Renewal at Work

How to Find Spiritual Renewal at Work

  In a normal day, it’s a wonder you find time to breathe, much less to connect with God – one you need the most during this time. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Some good tips on spiritual renewal.  Remember always, your daily work is your vocation, make your very life a prayer, as St. Theresa the Little Flower did so long ago. St Theresa the Little Flower would offer up her daily duties to God.  Whether as menial as sweeping the floor to taking out the garbage, she offered it up to God.  The crosses that we choose,

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Can a Person Be Overly Righteous?

Can a Person Be Overly Righteous?

  Can “be not overly righteous” in Ecclesiastes 7:16 really be saying what it seems to be saying? Does God actually want us to tone down our righteousness? American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: The pharisees showed this type of behavior.  When we look at our goodness from ourselves instead of God, we find danger.  We can merit no good of our own accord but only through the Holy Spirit and divine grace. When we enter into a “how glorious am I” type attitude we become the pharisees.  We see only our virtues and everyone’s vice.  We do not see

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Christian Counseling Certification: Do You Have A Petrine Relationship With Christ?

Christian Counseling Certification: Do You Have A Petrine Relationship With Christ?

Christian Counseling Certification: What is a Petrine Relationship? In Christian Counseling, do ever notice different types of Christians who possess different characteristics in their relationship with the Lord?  One relationship to view is Peter. When we look at Peter and our Lord, we see a definite relationship that was special beyond the other apostles.  It contained certain qualities of leadership, inspiration and a deep bond.  This unique relationship played itself out from the very first time Christ and Peter went aboad his fishing boat to Peter’s ultimate end and martydom in Rome. Peter as a Leader Peter is seen as

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The Rhythm of Forgiveness and Repentance

The Rhythm of Forgiveness and Repentance

What the Lord’s Prayer teaches us about the practical effect of the gospel in us American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: A closer look at the depth one must seek to forgive their brother and sister if they wish to be forgiven themselves. This is key in Christianity.  Christ emphasizes it in his teaching, as well as in the Our Father.  It is not an option but a requirement.  It is also something necessary for us to attain forgiveness. If you are interested in Christian Counseling, then please review the program.  If you have any questions regarding our Christian Counseling

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A Video on AIHCP’s Program In Christian Counseling and Christian Counseling Courses

Christian Counseling Certification and Christian Counseling Courses AIHCP proudly offers a program in Christian Counseling that reflects the teachings of Christ and the Gospel.  The video below illustrates how the program works. If you are interested in Christian Counseling Courses, then click here After completion of the Christian Counseling courses, qualified professionals can become certified.  To renew certification one must accumulate an additional five hundred hours of clinical and academic work in the field.  Also required are additional fifty hours of recertification courses in Christian Counseling. Thank you for your interest and if you have any questions, please let us

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Program in Christian Counseling: Jesus healed with a non-judgemental spirit

  “We must not forget the spirit with which Jesus healed the people,” says public health specialist Karen Sichinga American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Jesus did heal with a non-judgemental spirit.  He looked at the soul of the person not their past sins.  Today Christians must seek to give health and healing ministries to all of God’s children. To learn more about Christian Counseling certifications, then click here. Our program in Christian Counseling emphasizes love and non judgement upon others but mercy and love.  This does not mean it does not emphasize the truth, but we are not to