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Jesus or Barabbas?

Jesus or Barabbas?

Jesus or Barabbas? – Dr. Ray Pritchard Christian blog and commentary on Crosswalk.com. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.crosswalk.com Great article about Jesus and Barabbas and how it applies to us, as sinners, and Christ as an innocent man and our salvation.  Do you choose the world or Christ as well?  So many times we choose the wrong thing in life, it is critical in our spiritual life we choose Christ, the correct choice. Please review our Christian Counseling Courses and continue to have a blessed Lent If you would like to learn more then please review #christiancounselingcourses

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The Power of the Cross: Where True Freedom is Found

The Power of the Cross: Where True Freedom is Found

Only in One can true freedom be found. Only in One can we be made new. Only in One can we find lasting peace and hope. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.crosswalk.com An excellent article about how true freedom is actually found in submission to Christ, who frees us from the illusions of the world and the sin that attempts to enslave us. If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling Courses, then please review our program #christaincounselingcourses

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Premarital Sex?

Premarital Sex?

Christians talk a lot about premarital sex. And I think that’s a mistake, for one, because the grammar is skewed. (Read more) Source: www.crosswalk.com Good article on the issue with the term premarital sex and fornication–especially with how the other word implies a wrong time, but not in essence an evil action within itself. This is a common sin, among Christians–some who struggle with it and others who find no wrong in it, but this article correctly points out the broken covenant it represents. If you would like to take Christian Counseling Courses, then please review the program #christiancounselingcourses

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Christians killed for faith nearly doubled in 2013, group finds

  Rev. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: The assault on Christ’s Church and the Mystical Body of Christ continues–the enemy’s physical face may differ but the same source promotes this hate; Satan Since the days of Rome, Christianity has faced persecution.  Until most recently, the Soviet Union and the Eastern Block represented a grave threat, but in recent years, we have seen a growing persecution of the Church in Nigeria, Syria, Somolia, Iran, Pakistan and North Korea. Whether secular totalitarian government or the evils of radicial Islam, the Church and its martyrs will never cease for Christ has promised

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Keeping Our Conscience Sharp

Keeping Our Conscience Sharp

Christian Counseling and a Certain and Right Conscience Christian Counselors need to constantly remind people of sharpening their conscience.  Our consciences can become weak overtime when we are overexposed to secular life and immoral conversation, pictures and friends. With this in mind, it is extremely important to watch our company and to constantly train ourselves to feel the slightly prick from the slightest sin.  By examination of conscience each night, we can review our daily activity and acknowledge if our actions conformed with Christ.  We should not fall into the despair of scruples, but maintain a healthy reaction to each

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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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How did Jesus understand death?

  How did Jesus understand his death? http://t.co/OwIoEl21Q2 #Jesus #christ #god American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Good article on how Jesus viewed his own death and how the secular world viewed it only to be overturned by the court of God.  Learn to understand death how God does.  If you are interested in Christian Counseling Courses, please click here Our Christian Counseling Courses are based off of sound Christian teaching and do not deviate from the teachings of Christ.  Qualified professionals who take our Christian Counseling Courses can become certified. See on www.patheos.com

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Extraordinary and Saintly Love in the Desert of Sinai and Training in Christian Counseling

Training in Christian Counseling: Holy Nun of the Sinai Encompasses Christian Compassion   Obeying Christ’s command to see him in all, Sister Aziza fulfills Christ’s promise and fulfills Christian Compassion.  This saintly nun’s burning love for Christ goes out to the least of her brethren, especially runaway migrants from human trafficking gangs that plague the Desert of Sinai. From CNN, Elise Labbot and Don Morgan report about this remarkable women and the horrendous atrocities being committed in this region.  In their article, “Sister Gives Hope To Trafficed Migrants”, they tell this story. For thousands of African asylum seekers fleeing danger via

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Christian Counseling Courses: The Inner Essence of Prayer

Mental Prayer involves understanding what we are saying and reflecting on it

Christian Counseling People to a Better Prayer Life   In past blogs, we discussed the external nature of prayer, its purposes and benefits.  In this blog, I would like to discuss key points that should be highlighted in one’s prayer life.  Many of these ideas stem from St. Teresa of Avila and other saints whose experience in meditative prayer far outweigh our own.  However before delving deeper into prayer itself, I think we can find the core of prayer found in the words of Christ in the “Our Father“. Our Lord taught us a few key concepts in the “Our

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Agnosticism and Christian Counseling

Agnosticism and Christian Counseling

Christian Counseling and Agnosticism Christian Counseling with an Agnostic can be a challenge because an Agnostic does not share the core faith as a Christian.  Agnosticism while not denying the existence of God, questions the existence and is skeptical of any truth and finds truth in a cafeteria of philosophies that suite him one day and un suit him the next day. When dealing with an Agnostic, one must understand the primary issue affecting him.  This issue lies in the sole issue of faith.  The Agnostic does not possess the theological virtue of faith.  He is subdued with doubt and