A Letter From the Director

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Hello Friends, It really is hard to believe that we are more than halfway through 2015. Since January, Life Counseling Center has been busy with many events, as well as personal ministry. I would like to highlight for you just … Continued

How To Respond When Someone Discloses Trauma

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By Esther Smith In the aftermath of rape or assault or in the unfolding progression of repeated abuse and ongoing violence, the most courageous step a survivor can take is to disclose what has happened. There are many reasons women choose not … Continued

Blood and Tears

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By Tonya Cherry I decided to take my son Jesse to the gym because it was one of those icy nights. I told him that I was worried about him driving but to be honest, I was also looking for … Continued

Is Forgiveness Possible?

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By Mike and Katherine Khandjian For the Christ-follower, other than embracing that salvation comes by faith in Jesus alone, there is no ‘one-size-fits-all.’ In fact, we get into trouble when we attempt to reduce the deeper and dearer things of … Continued

3 Principles To Consider During Marital Conflict

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By Eliza Huie This article (3 Principles to Consider During Marital Conflict by Eliza Jane Huie) originally appeared on the Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. To start, let’s agree on one foundational reality; having a good … Continued

Speaking “Code” In Marriage

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By Diana Bauer How would you describe your communication with your friends, your kids, your family of origin? How would you describe your communication with your spouse? Is it soul satisfying or soul crushing? Do you find yourself crying out, … Continued

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