As I sat one morning feeling familiarly overwhelmed and thinking of all I had to do that morning, that day, and that week, I wondered what I would say to myself if I had to counsel myself on this issue of resting in God. So, this blog post is written to me, knowing all I know about myself. You can listen in, but I write to me.
If you are from the Maryland area and are attending the 2015 CCEF National Conference we would love to connect with you. Please stop by our booth just outside the ministry expo room.
We are presenting a workshop on suicide prevention to help you learn how to respond when someone you know expresses a desire to die. Below is a brief interview between Life Counseling Center (LCC) and workshop speaker Deepak Reju to help give you a picture of why this topic is so important.
What do you do if someone has recently confessed a desire to kill himself or herself? How do you help in his or her life? What kind of hope can you offer? Does a faith-based approach make a difference? City Church and the Life Counseling Center are hosting this event to discuss how to save someone’s life and offer hope to a family member, friend or someone you counsel who is suicidal.
We are excited to share with you a new training opportunity sponsored by Life Counseling Center. Counseling Conversations is a bi-monthly meeting for people actively involved in lay counseling, discipleship, or mentoring relationships.
Sexting is an example of the sexually saturated society in which we live. Our kids are faced with it in their everyday culture so it is so important that they know that God is their creator and He alone dictates their worth. God’s desire for them to remain pure involves more than just abstaining from sexual physical contact and intercourse.
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 some of the things we have been doing so far this year.
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. What if someone were to disclose the experience of unspeakable trauma to you? Would you know what to say or how to respond?
There is probably not a day that goes by that we are not impacted in some way by little and significant moments. And as we attempt to make sense of […]
Join us for Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands. This weekend seminar will help to prepare you to be effective servants of Christ in the lives of others. Our desire is […]