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Mainstream Media and Its Lack of Understanding of Witchcraft

Mainstream Media and Its Lack of Understanding of Witchcraft

  By Daniel Burke, Belief Blog Co-editor (CNN) —  Like lots of people, when October 31 rolls around, Trey Capnerhurst dons a pointy hat and doles out candy to children who darken the door of her cottage in Alberta. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: It is amazing, as in this article, how secular society trivalizes Wicca and Witchcraft.  As Christians, we are warned about these dark arts throughout Scripture. The idea of good witches is most alarming.  The very fact, that Neo-Paganism incurs spells from “deities” and other masquerading demons is scary.  These unions with dark entities are far

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CNS STORY: Ancient art form of iconography called ‘Scripture in paint’

  American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Scripture in paint is a beautiful term for icons, a Fourth Century practice of the early Church which has it origins from St Luke.  Christian Counseling Instructors should take use of such images to help meditation and prayer visualize. Icons make scripture come alive.  It has long been a tradition in the East.  Christian Counselors of any denomination can gain greatly from these sacred images in their spiritual life. If you would like to take Christian Counseling Courses, then please review the program.  Those who wish to take Christian Counseling Courses can become

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Do you want to take Christian Counseling Courses: What Does the Papacy Mean Anymore?

Do you want to take Christian Counseling Courses: What Does the Papacy Mean Anymore?

Do you want to take Christian Counseling Courses: The Papacy Christian Counselors from different theological backgrounds may have differing opinions on the Papacy.  Some may see it as the vicar of Christ on Earth, while others may see it as a self entitled and political position.  Some may sway in the middle and call it a Christian symbol on Earth.  Whatever the case, Christian’s views on the Papacy usually direct their overall Christian world view on the essence of what “church” is or as theologians call it, Ecclesiology. Some extremists may denounce the Papacy as the “whore of Babylon” while

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The Fortitude of St. John The Baptist and Do You Want To Take Christian Counseling Courses

The Fortitude of St. John The Baptist and Do You Want To Take Christian Counseling Courses

Christian Counselors Can Use St. John The Baptist As A Paradigm of Fortitude So many lose hope in Christ when their prayers are not answered the way they wish them to be answered.  Christian Counselors face this everyday.  The unrelenting questions of why did God not do this or do that. Christians tend to relate to prayer as a contract.  If I say this or do that, then God must answer this or that.  As if a magical spell, they expect.  And when that expectation fails, they either blame their own faith or curse the heavens.   Some even doubt their faith.  Such misunderstandings

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Lazarus and Christian Counseling

Lazarus and Christian Counseling

By: Mark Moran, MA, SCC-C The immense grief following a death of a family member can be excruciating and overbearing and Christian counseling sessions may be needed.The absence of the loved one creates a void that is only natural. The grieving process becomes a reaction to an extreme bond of love. In many of these moments, the Christian may become so overburdened with grief that he or she feels abandoned by the Lord and left in the desolate desert of grief. No pithy sayings, no gestures, or no religious figures can remove the pain. Yet, in this inner turmoil, one should