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How to Seek Christ in Christmas – Christmas and Advent

How to Seek Christ in Christmas – Christmas and Advent

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.crosswalk.com A good article reminding us and showing us how to seek Christ in Christmas This is the second most sacred feast in Christianity and it should be Christ Centered.  It is critical we bring Christ back into our Christmas for our own spirituality as well. If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling then please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs. #christiancounseling

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Christian Counseling : Three Relationships Every Christian Needs

Christian Counseling : Three Relationships Every Christian Needs

Jesus called us into friendship, not just with Him but also with His followers. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.charismanews.com Good article about the three types of spiritual relationships we need as Christians to help our spiritual life evolve and grow If you would like to learn more about Christian Mentorship and Christian Counseling then please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs #christiancounseling

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How to Identify Harmful Patterns of Behavior in Marriage

How to Identify Harmful Patterns of Behavior in Marriage

When a woman feels harmed, again and again, it begins to take a toll on her. While many don’t recognize that harm, it is nonetheless occurring. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.crosswalk.com Becoming one flesh and loving each other as Christ commands is hard in marriage at times.  This article looks at harmful patterns that contradicts how Christ wants a man and woman to love one another If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling then please review the program #christiancounselingprogram

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Christian Counseling: 911 Prayer

Christian Counseling: 911  Prayer

  American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: A christian counseling prayer for the loss of American lives during the 9-11 attack twelve years ago.  Today is a day we come together as a nation and pray for the survivors and their pain and mourn together as a nation as we remember those who died.  Christian counseling can help people find meaning in loss and offer to Christ our grief. #christiancounselingprogram See on blogs.christianpost.com

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Christian Ecumenism or Indifferentism?

Christian Ecumenism or Indifferentism?

Christian Counseling and Ecumenism:  What Type of Dialogue Christian Counseling and Christian Dialogue with the world involves a sharing of ideas and values, it does not mean denying core beliefs of Christ or trading them for other ideals.  In essence, many mistake Christian ecumenism as indifferentism.  People interpret that since Christians are open to dialogue, then they are willing to compromise or water down.   When people discover that this dialogue is not about compromise but sharing the truth, then Christians are accused of evangelization under the guise of ecumenism. The problem lies in what Christian Ecumenism really is.  It is

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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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How Fasting Brings Spiritual Power

How Fasting Brings Spiritual Power

More than any other observance, this discipline will sharpen our spiritual senses so that we can tap into our divine source.Jesus expected His disciples to fast. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Fasting is a key to spiritual purification.  It helps one become stronger against the passions by teaching self denial.  It also helps us to offer our love and suffering to Christ.  Through Christ our deeds of fasting can gain merit as we unite our heart with his.  If you are interested in learning more about Christian Counseling, then please click here If you are interested in learning more

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Ignatian Meditation

Ignatian Meditation

Ignatian Meditation St. Ignatius Loyola presented a disciplined version of meditation that while disciplined also gave freedom to the soul to explore numerous images of contemplation about Christ and sin.  As founder of the Jesuits, he incorporated a military type religious movement that not only characterized his order but also his meditation techniques.  This disciplined form of meditation is key in helping the soul overcome the weakness of one’s fallen nature and creating a soul better equipped to reform and avoid sin.  Christian Counselors as well as merely spiritual counselors can all find value in the writings of St. Ignatius

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Ignatian Fasting and Christian Counseling.

Ignatian Fasting and Christian Counseling.

How Christian Counseling Can Use Ignatian Ideals Ignatian spirituality can also be applied to the Lenten season or the Great Fast. St. Ignatius in his “Spiritual Exercises” laid out important guiding principles in proper fasting. St. Ignatius points out that there is interior fasting which deals with the formation of moral character and exterior fasting which deals with sacrifices and pennances of a bodily fashion. This exterior fasting is a result of the interior fasting and yearning of the soul to show pennance. According to St. Ignatius, denial of superfluous things is not fasting. Fasting does not include giving up