Good Grief, [Post by James Winsor]

How Depression is a Blessing in Disguise A darkness creeps into the soul and smothers it. Who knows why, how long it will last, or what will make it go away. You feel like you have nothing left to give to anyone else. You don’t want anyone around, except that one person who knows howContinue reading “Good Grief, [Post by James Winsor]”

My Two Sons

I have two sons and they are very different from each other. Connor is the oldest and he is an engineer who recently graduated from college with good leadership skills. He was born into our family with three older sisters. My other son is Morris and he was born into abject poverty in Liberia, Africa.Continue reading “My Two Sons”

The Only Army that Shoots its Wounded

By Dwight L. Carlson From an article in Christianity Today, February 9, 1998 “The only army that shoots its wounded is the Christian army,” said the speaker, a psychologist who had just returned from an overseas ministry trip among missionaries. He summed up the philosophy of the group he worked with as: 1. We don’tContinue reading “The Only Army that Shoots its Wounded”

Choosing a Christian Counselor

Written by “Holly,” “In my search for a counselor, I visited a secular psychologist, read books written by extremist biblical counselors, and had tearful talks with my own general practitioner. I wish I had known then what TYPES of Christian counselors were out there and how on earth I could find help I could trustContinue reading “Choosing a Christian Counselor”