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Clinical Psychology on Anxiety

Clinical Psychology on Anxiety

The field of psychology is often tainted by ideology. Given that the ideology is mostly humanistic, Christians tend to avoid engaging with the discipline. Whilst that is understandable, it’s not necessarily the best response. Psychology is a genuine science that is...
At the Cross

At the Cross

In our celebrations of Easter, we find our hearts and eyes directed toward the cross of Christ, reflecting on the redemption that he has brought and what this means for our lives today. Crucifixion is known to be one of the most shameful ways for a person to die and...
Be Still and Know that I Am God

Be Still and Know that I Am God

There is a story of an explorer in Africa who ventured into uninhabitable parts of the continent accompanied by a selection of local guides and porters. As they embark on their journey, he pushes them to move along at a rapid pace, hoping they will cover as much...
Too Much

Too Much

“Help me.” They are the only words that can be uttered from the puddle that has found it’s way to the kitchen floor. “Please God, help!” There is no one around. The children are down for a nap or out in the back yard playing. She was trying to make the most of the...
God’s Grace for the Abused

God’s Grace for the Abused

An article by Wes Bredenhof. “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.”  That Bible passage comes from verse 18 of Psalm 34.   Maybe you know what it’s like to be brokenhearted and crushed in spirit.  If you’ve ever been abused...
Single and Isolated

Single and Isolated

For many people, COVID-19 restrictions mean that we are spending a lot more time with our families than what is the norm. This brings with it a whole lot of opportunities to grow together as a family and challenges in navigating the usual tensions when they are...