The couple stood at the altar with eyes locked on each other. They were just moments away from becoming man and wife. Nothing mattered more in that moment than the love they shared for each other.
In those many moments of loss (death, job, relationships, etc.), here is how to healthily join grief and thankfulness together:
I don’t know of anything that has ever been more blatantly immoral yet continues to increase exponentially in usage, than the epidemic of our porn industry.
This week, after months of prayer and work, we are pleased to announce that Emmaus Counseling is now officially open! I asked our two clinically trained, Biblical counselors to sit down with me and share a few insights into how they counsel and what someone we can expect when they attend a counseling session.
Don’t worry, I won’t tell anyone that you are reading this post. It’s understood that you are only inquiring to help a “friend” that you know who is experiencing emotional pain (*wink*). So here is some information that you can take with you to ensure the right decision to move forward in counseling.
I did not know I was depressed until I got married. Over time I would see that depression had been present since I was a child. When I walked down the aisle ten years ago, I had never said the words out loud. I was ashamed of my depression, an
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