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10 Tips for Moving Forward after Tough Transitions

10 Tips for Moving Forward after Tough Transitions

Whether your transition is related to relationships, health, finances, or job change–here are 10 tips for moving forward. Source: www.crosswalk.com Great article about how we go through tough parts in our life.  Transitions for a Christian are sometimes an opportunity to strengthen faith and carry our crosses.  This article gives ten tips for moving forward. If you would like to become certified in Christian Counseling, then please review the program #certifiedinchristiancounseling

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Certified in Christian Counseling: A New Year’s Resolution in Christ

Certified in Christian Counseling: A New Year’s Resolution in Christ

A New Year’s Resolution in Christ The secular world focuses on material growth and gain.  This is why the many resolutions we see proclaimed every year circle around physical appearance, diets, exercise, or relationships.   Rarely, does the secular person look to examine one’s conscience and seek to uproot a vice that is detrimental to the soul. The Pope recently challenged everyone to cease being a slave to the desires of the world and seek true freedom via Christ.  This involves rejecting vice, an illusionary good, and accepting virtue which alone frees us. Examining one’s conscience is true freedom because it

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The Ideals of the Christian Family and Matrimony

The Ideals of the Christian Family and Matrimony

The Christian Family and Marriage The Christian Family as the first cell of society finds its conception in marriage.  It is interesting to note that even at the purely social level, marriage formed a social constraint for the formation of society and the bringing of order at the micro level.  Yet this natural social evolution had deeper yearnings at the center of man’s soul.  The yearning for spiritual communion took this merely social institution to a level that also satisfied the spiritual and theological needs of man.  Within the spiritual structure of humanity, the Mystical Body of Christ found marriage