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How to Become a Christian Counselor This informative video discusses the Christian Counseling Program at AIHCP. It also helps qualified professionals learn how to become a Christian Counselor. Christian Counseling involves not only academic and professional qualifications but a vocational call that is committed to answering problems from a Christocentric view point. This is an essential element in Christian Counseling. For those wishing to learn how to become a Christian Counselor, please review this program. After completing the core courses in Christian Counseling, one can become eligible for certification. Certification lasts for three years and can be renewed. In
The beginning of a new year is so full of possibilities. I personally love this time of year because I always love a fresh start. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This article looks at how New Year Resolutions come and go, but it takes more than a quick vow to change something or a few days. If we are targeting a vice, we need to focus on eliminating and not become distraught when we fall, or too eager when we succeed. Habits are difficult to overcome. Quick fixes are a myth. With God, we grow and part
The Ark of Noah has been found. Its real. Ill describe the evidence in some detail and end with the historical and religious implications. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This is an interesting article for those who want to know how to become a Christian Counselor. It relates the history of the finding of the Ark and its current resting place. The picture above shows the spot and where the various parts of the Ark rests. If the Ark was indeed found, it would be an exciting event for Christians and Christian Counselors alike. It also gives credence to
(Reuters) – Pope Francis called for renewal of the Roman Catholic Church and attacked unfettered capitalism as “a new tyranny”, urging global leaders to fight poverty and growing inequality in the first major work he has authored alone as pontiff. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Evangelli Gaudium by the ponitff, Francis, should not surprise many. Rerum Novarum by Pope Leo XIII also condemned many capitalistic aspects of greed. Trickle down economics though really touches the nerves of many Conservative Capitalists, namely Republicans, who have for the longest time said it works. Not according to the Pontiff. While only
Faith and works, right? But have you ever met a Protestant or Evangelical who insists that we are saved by “faith alone”? American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This is a very insightful article. While authored from a Catholic perspective, be not to quick, if Protestant, to judge it harshly because it is written from a very ecumenical view. It presents the ideas of Justification and Works and the meaning of the Law. Non-Denomitional Christians may be very surprised to learn in this article that the Catholic Church does not believe justification is by one’s own works but only
The horrendous one-another ministry of Job’s so-called “counselors” is a bad example for us to recognize and learn from, but definitely not follow. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: An article how the friends of Job proved to be horrible counselors indeed. The old view that suffering and personal sin are connected. Suffering as seen through Christ has merit. The friends of Job felt Job had sinned to deserve what had occurred him but were wrong. Instead Job was a just man. This was a story of how suffering has merit for others. Job also became a prefigurement of
Christian Counseling: Holy Week Meditations A short video of classical art and music depicting Christ’s last days on Earth. Helpful meditations for holy week If you are interested in learning more about Christian Counseling certifications, then please review the program and click here There are a variety of meditations to consider during this Holy Time. Meditations from mystics or meditations from Scripture. You can also partake in a variety of church devotions or merely have private devotions about something related to the wounds of Christ. If you are wondering how to become a Christian Counselor, then please review our program.
How to become a christian counselor: Christian Behavior in the Modern Day Church: What Would Christ Do?
Christian Counseling: The State of the Church on Earth “And the gates of Hell shall not prevail against it”-strong words and the ultimate promise of Christ to Peter regarding his Church. Yet, while victory will be denied to Satan, one must accept that the Church will be tested. This testing has pushed many Christians away from the Church because they do not understand the nature and relationship of the Bride of Christ. Christian Counseling needs to make clear what the Church is and a Christians responsibility to the Church. First, what is the Church? So many times, we mistake
Christian Counseling and New Year Resolutions Secular society confuses true change with superficial change. Christians realize that true changes stem from the core of one’s being. Christian Counseling hence urges people to find true meaning in their New Year Resolutions that go beyond the mere breaking of bad habits to true spiritual regeneration. Yes, to quit smoking, diet, or work out more are great things that Christians should encourage, but when these things are the only things we notice, then we are truly spiritually in danger. When we look to improve ourselves, we need to look not just at the
Counselors Need to Encourage Youthful Comittment to Christ How many of us find the race of life to be like the tortoise and the hare where like the hare we run across the track doing what we want except running the race correctly? There is always tomorrow, or later, to win the race. Christian Counselors need to encourage youthful comittment to Christ! This mentality exists today. Instead of turning one’s life over to God at a young age, people wish to experience life first then love God. They joke that one day, they will be the old lady in Church, praying for