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Christian Counseling Certification Article on Counseling Suicide

Christian Counseling Certification Article on Counseling Suicide

Good article on suicide and how the Church and Christian Counselors can deal with it when helping others through it or family that are victims of it. Please also review our Christian Counseling Certification The article, The Problem of Suicide: How is the Church Caring for those Impacted?, by Ed Stetzer states “Each year, 44,193 Americans die by suicide which, on average, amounts to 121 suicides per day. For many of us, these figures don’t feel too far off. We can picture the faces and remember the names of those in our own communities who’ve taken their own lives. As a

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Christian Counseling Certification Article on Godparents

Christian Counseling Certification Article on Godparents

Good article on the importance of Godparents in the spiritual formation of baptized infants and children.  Secular society has limited it to just a title given to a close friend but the spiritual ramifications of being a God parent are well beyond just gifts and being a friend of the parents. Please also review our Christian Counseling Certification  The article, Godparents: Faithful Examples to Their Spiritual Children, by Judy Roberts states, “Denice Hinojosa has no children of her own, but she is a spiritual mother to seven. Ever since Hinojosa, of Fremont, Ohio, became a godmother in 1989 to her niece,

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Christian Counseling Certification Article on Spiritual Desolation

Christian Counseling Certification Article on Spiritual Desolation

Good article about why God allows us to deal with desolation and spiritual darkness and how it can make us stronger in our lives. Please also review our Christian Counseling Certification The article, Why God lets His people experience spiritual darkness, by Jay Freeman states, “Many Christians all over the world wonder why God allows His people to experience spiritual darkness. Some ask, “how could God allow me to experience this?” If you’re that person, let me encourage you: there’s a purpose for that. A world of darkness Friends, it’s a fact that the world we live in is marred by

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Christian Counseling Certification Article on Poor In Spirit

Christian Counseling Certification Article on Poor In Spirit

Christians can be pour in spirit.  Through lack of virtue cultivation and prayer, a Christian with all the sacraments at his or her disposal can still lack in the spirituality.  If you would like to learn more, then please review the article.  In the meantime, please review our Christian Counseling Certification   The article, “How We Can Be Poor In Spirit?” by Patrick Mabilog states “In the famous Sermon on the Mount, Jesus gave the beatitudes—the descriptions of the blessed life that we could all have when built on the right attitude and principles. One of the things Jesus shared

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Christian Counseling Certification and Forgiveness Article

Christian Counseling Certification and Forgiveness Article

Great article on how important forgiveness can free a person from pain and suffering.  Our Christian faith teaches us to forgive and it is essential for our salvation but it also removes so much of the pain and is good for us. The article states “We facilitate the possibility to “start over” when we give or receive forgiveness in our relationships with people close to us. For whatever reason, you might decide to no longer continue a relationship with someone. But it’s the parting on good terms that’s most important, and that is enabled by forgiveness. If you do maintain

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When God’s plan hurts the most

When God’s plan hurts the most

Sometimes God has a different plan in store for you and sometimes, it is the hardest path. Source: familyshare.com So many times suffering comes to us. Is it God’s plan?  Christ suffered and taught us to offer our will to the Father and trust in him.  This article looks at when God’s plan hurts the most If you would like to learn more about our Christian Counseling Certification, then please review the program #christiancounselingcertification

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Christ’s Ascension: What does it mean for us?

Christ’s Ascension: What does it mean for us?

Christian Counseling Certification: The Ascension of Christ and How Christians Perceive it For the longest time, Christians believed Christ would return soon.  After his departure, the perscutions of Rome waged on without mercy.  Christ did not come.  Then the fall of Rome and the barbarian invasions which led to the dark ages in the West befell Christendom, still Christ did not come.   Famous dates have come and gone, still Christ has not returned.  What does the Ascension mean to us as we await his return?  How should Christian Counseling address it when someone is always talking about the future instead

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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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Christian Counseling Certification and the Faith of the Centurian

Christian Counseling Certification and the Faith of the Centurian

Christian Counseling Certification : Not Worthy That You Should Come Under My Roof The faith of the centurian was the greatest faith that Christ had witnessed in all of Israel.  Upon meeting our Lord and begging for a cure of his servant, his faith  was illuminated by the mere words, “merely say the word”.   He did not require that our Lord should come to his home, nor grace his unworthiness by entering his lowly home, but his faith only required Our Lord’s word of healing.   His humility and faith earned him the cure he so desperately sought for his servant. Christian Counselors should

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Christian Counseling Certification : Don’t Forget the Poor During Christmas

Christian Counseling Certification : Don’t Forget the Poor During Christmas

Christian Counseling Certification : Care of the Poor During Christmas While care of the poor is vocation all Christians must undertake the whole year, it is especially important to remember the poor during Christmas.  Christian Counselors should lead and partake in various ministries that alleviate the suffering of the poor during Christmas.  There are a multitude of ways this can be accomplished. First, donating various articles.  Clothes, coats, and other articles of use can be donated to various charities in your community.  One should take the time to go through old and unused materials that could be useful for a