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Live Your Own Life - Letting Go of Codependency
Charlene Brouwer, MA, LAMFT

Live Your Own Life - Letting Go of Codependency

July 5, 2020 • Charlene Brouwer, MA, LAMFT

Do you wonder if you might be codependent? Find wisdom from scripture to help you learn to let go of codependent behaviors and find peace in your life.

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Building a Partnership in Your Marriage
Leah Travis, M.S., L.M.F.T.

Building a Partnership in Your Marriage

July 1, 2020 • Leah Travis, M.S., L.M.F.T.

Do you and your spouse struggle to work cooperatively? Consider these ways for establishing a healthy partnership in your marriage relationship.

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What is Therapy?
Kelsee Costanza, MS, LPC

What is Therapy?

June 24, 2020 • Kelsee Costanza, MS, LPC

Do you wonder what happens in therapy? Counseling offers a confidential, supportive, non-judgmental space to process your thoughts, feelings, and actions.

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Who Am I? Moving Past Co-dependency
Kim Pronoitis, MA, LCPC

Who Am I? Moving Past Co-dependency

March 18, 2020 • Kim Pronoitis, MA, LCPC

Are you struggling with co-dependence? Rediscover who God created you to be and find healing to reorder your priorities and build healthy relationships.

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Is My Marriage Salvageable? Recognizing emotional abuse
Rev. Deb Koster

Is My Marriage Salvageable? Recognizing emotional abuse

March 15, 2020 • Rev. Deb Koster

Concerned your marriage has become too toxic to save? Discover the characteristics of emotional abuse to know if you need outside help or an exit strategy.

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Moving Past Conflict to Find Unity
Debi Mitchell, MS, LMFT

Moving Past Conflict to Find Unity

February 16, 2020 • Debi Mitchell, MS, LMFT

Are you struggling with how to maintain unity amid conflict with others? Discover how God weaves together his diverse family to create his unified church.

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What Could You Gain from Counseling?
Rev. Deb Koster

What Could You Gain from Counseling?

February 5, 2020 • Rev. Deb Koster

Do you wonder if counseling could be worthwhile? Consider the blessings that come from including trained professionals in your emotional processing.

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Facing Financial Challenges
Joy Bocanegra, MA, LCPC

Facing Financial Challenges

February 2, 2020 • Joy Bocanegra, MA, LCPC

Are you facing a stressful financial reality? Consider how God is at work even in the lean seasons providing for us and teaching us to trust in his care.

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Why Am I Angry?
Kathy Krentkowski, MA, LCPC, LMHC

Why Am I Angry?

January 5, 2020 • Kathy Krentkowski, MA, LCPC, LMHC

Do you ever wonder what it is that makes you angry? Consider the emotions below the surface that spark anger inside you to manage them constructively.

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While You Wait for Your Marriage to be Healed
Rev. Deb Koster

While You Wait for Your Marriage to be Healed

November 6, 2019 • Rev. Deb Koster

What can you do while you wait for God to bring healing to your broken marriage? Focus on personal healing as you prioritize God and trust his leading.

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Devotions

How We Communicate Has Consequences
Nadia Swearingen-Friesen

How We Communicate Has Consequences

July 30, 2015 • Nadia Swearingen-Friesen

Struggling to communicate with your family? Consider this Biblical wisdom for establishing healthy boundaries to create loving communication in your home.

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Who Can Tame the Tongue?
Rev. Jason Ruis

Who Can Tame the Tongue?

June 1, 2015 • Rev. Jason Ruis

Do you struggle with holding your tongue? Discover Biblical wisdom to give God control of your speech and find the blessing of God's power in your life.

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A Biblical Approach to Dealing with Selfishness
Rev. Deb Koster

A Biblical Approach to Dealing with Selfishness

April 20, 2015 • Rev. Deb Koster

Do you struggle with dealing with selfish behavior? Discover the example God gives us in the book of Jonah for dealing with selfish attitudes and behavior.

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How Can We Live the Fruit of the Spirit in Our Families?
Nadia Swearingen-Friesen

How Can We Live the Fruit of the Spirit in Our Families?

February 9, 2015 • Nadia Swearingen-Friesen

Tired of hearing negative interactions? Consider some Biblical wisdom from the book of Galatians for letting the fruit of the Spirit overflow to others.

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Fret Not: Getting Rid of Worry
Rev. Deb Koster

Fret Not: Getting Rid of Worry

February 5, 2015 • Rev. Deb Koster

Are feeling overwhelmed by the worries of life? Consider this Biblical guidance for turning your fears into prayers so God can carry your burden for you.

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Paul's Spiritual Guidance for Relationships
Rev. Deb Koster

Paul's Spiritual Guidance for Relationships

March 27, 2014 • Rev. Deb Koster

Looking for Biblical guidance for living in relationships? Paul's parting greeting to the Corinthian church provides a good summary for living together.

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A Bad Attitude is the True Disability
Rev. Deb Koster

A Bad Attitude is the True Disability

February 17, 2014 • Rev. Deb Koster

Are you stuck in negative thinking? Consider this Biblical wisdom to transform your thinking and help you overcome the destructive power of negativity.

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Jonah: A Lesson in Patience
Rev. Deb Koster

Jonah: A Lesson in Patience

December 12, 2012 • Rev. Deb Koster

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Treasure in Jars of Clay
Rev. Deb Koster

Treasure in Jars of Clay

August 7, 2012 • Rev. Deb Koster

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