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Counseling after a Suicide

Many have been touched by the tragedy of having a loved one take his or...

by Jim Newheiser August 28, 2014
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Complaining: Rewriting the Story God is Writing

Do you live with regrets from the past? Does a history of bad decision-making haunt...

by Shannon Kay McCoy August 27, 2014
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Helping Singles Think Biblically About the Past, Present, and Future

The New Testament has a shocking view of singleness that is far different from what...

by Craig Marshall August 26, 2014
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The Past: Turning Satan’s Playground into a Battleground

So often the past is an enemy stronghold in people's lives, hindering them from...

by Brian Borgman August 25, 2014
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Bringing God’s Peace to a Bitter Heart

Many people are bitter about what has happened to them in the past. Naomi, after...

by Jim Newheiser August 23, 2014
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Confessions of a Biblical Counselor: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

Professional, pastoral and personal reflections of the biblical counseling movement at 45 years.

by George Scipione August 22, 2014
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Barb Kelly commented on Good News for Weary Women:

Aug 26

Great job Ellen! Makes me want to read it lol I’m still reading the first one.

weakwife commented on 10 Ways that Satan Loves to Watch Marriages Fall Apart:

Aug 24

Most of the time it is the woman because they are more
Suttle,  or slick about conversations with friends, they test the waters of who else is available just in case. Then come home asking all kinds of silly questions to her husband…..again testing the water. A man just do what he is going to do a hen he feels rejected. The church is worst for blqming the mqn for everything and not really seeing the Jezibell Spirit running though the marriage.

Natasha commented on I Messed Up: Confessing Sin to Your Boyfriend or Girlfriend Before You Get Engaged:

Aug 21

Thank you so much.
My boyfriend talked to me about his past a few months ago and, thanks to God, I was immediately able to forgive him. However, I am on this site because the enemy keeps on haunting me with it and every once in a while it pierces my heart again. Near the beginning of the relationship, God began to soften my heart as I suspected that his past may not be as pure as mine. God and I fought off a lot of ugliness in my heart way before my boyfriend sat me down to talk about it. God is so good. We all have been forgiven from so much.
I am mainly battling insecurity, currently, and fear for the future. What if, when we are married someday down the road, I wake up next to him wondering if I am enough? If she was better in some way? How do I take my thoughts captive now so that in the future my grace and security might remain strong? I am praying a lot and I know God is with me.
I’ve brought up the subject a few more times since, because he wanted me to be honest with him. Now though, I think it would be unfair to talk about it to him. I’m feeling alone. There’s one woman I feel I can talk to but she has a family which makes it a little hard to meet with her. Any suggestions on battling this loneliness and insecurity?

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