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How your faith in God can help you avoid the holiday blues

How your faith in God can help you avoid the holiday blues

Sourced through Scoop.it from: familyshare.com Good article.  As Christians how can we ever have holiday blues when we realize it is Christ’s birthday.  Yes, it is true, deaths in a family can temporarily offset us with these times, but knowing that Christ became human to save us and to end our suffering should bring some solace. If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling Education, then please review the program #christiancounselingeducation

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5 Things Christians Should Stop Saying on Facebook

5 Things Christians Should Stop Saying on Facebook

Social media has its flaws, but despite that, it can be a powerful force for sharing the gospel over the long run—as long as we avoid these 5 common traps. Source: www.crosswalk.com How many of us are guilty of these things?  A good article to remind us that what we type and say truly reflects us as much as if we were in person. If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling Education, then please review the program #christiancounselingeducation

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Wife of Christian pastor imprisoned in Iran takes plea to UN

  The wife of an American pastor imprisoned in Iran for his Christian beliefs delivered an impassioned plea to foreign diplomats gathered in Geneva, begging them to press the Islamic republic to free her husband. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: A modern day apostle, taking Christ to those who do not have him.  His sufferings are part of Christ’s Church and we all share in it.  The persecution and modern martyrs continue in our modern era.  They continue in Syria, Africa and North Korea.  The banner of Christ will always wave as long as brave apostles are willing to

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Christian Counseling Education: The Incarnation: Divinity on Earth

Christian Counseling Education: The Incarnation:  Divinity on Earth

Christian Counseling Education: The Divine Element of the Incarnation In the previous blog, we reviewed for Christian Counselors and other members of the faithful the central importance of the Logos becoming fully human.  In this segment, I would like to delve deeper into Christ’s divine nature.  This is the second piece of the puzzle to the central dogma of the Incarnation.  If Christ is only a man and not divine, then our religion is just a social philosophy on life without any true redeeming value.  Christian Counseling must emphasize both the divine and the human elements of Christ. The Logos

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Christian Counseling Education: The Internal Battle of the Soul: Intellect, Will, Conscience and Grace

Christian Counseling Education: The Internal Battle of the Soul: Intellect, Will, Conscience and Grace

The Christian Counselor as a Pastoral Guide and a Moral Theologian: Helping One Defeat Oneself There has been much written in this blog and among other theologians and writers regarding the external nature of temptation, occasion of sin and the ploys of Satan in regards to our soul.  I would like to focus more on the internal struggle of temptation between man, the action and God.  Within our fallen nature, we have more to worry about than a diabolical being, corrupted individuals and the whiles of the flesh.  Instead, it is sometimes within our very own will that we experience our most

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Christian Counseling Education: Interior Castle: Meditative Classics for Christian Counselors

Christian Counseling Education: Interior Castle: Meditative Classics for Christian Counselors

St. Theresa of Avila and the Interior Castle: Christian Meditation   Christian Counseling without meditation is like a well without water-it has no purpose.  This is why counselors should frequently seek meditation, prayer and retreats to refresh their souls and strengthen their resolve to help those in pain and mental anguish.  St. Theresa of Avila presents an excellent guide in spirituality and meditation in her classic, the Interior Castle. The text is written in a delightful fashion by St. Theresa in a simple language.  A language that makes one feel as if she is purposely writing each word for one’s own sake. 

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Christian Counseling Education: Charity That is Beyond Mere Romantic Love on Valentine’s Day

Christian Counseling Education: Charity That is Beyond Mere Romantic Love on Valentine’s Day

St Valentinus and Christian Charity Applied in Christian Counseling St. Valentinus was an early Christian martyr who offered his whole heart and love to God above all else till even death. His death shows Christians and those who give Christian counseling that one must be willing to sacrifice everything for God. This is the nature of the theological virtue of charity as illustrated by St. Valentinus and all Christian martyrs. Valentine’s day focuses on romantic love but Christian charitiyfocuses on a deeper love that is infused into the soul at Baptism. This love puts God first above everything else and is