‘Dear Counselor’ with CentrePointe Counseling, Inc.: ‘What should I do if I suspect domestic violence?’
Dear Counselor, I have a good friend at church who was married a short while ago and since that time
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Dear Counselor: Internet Sexual Addiction
Dear Counselor: I recently learned that my adult son is having serious marital problems and that one of the issues
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From Your Blog: Give Up
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By Adam Feldman Honestly, this time of year crushes me on the weekends for one simple reason: NCAA SEC football.
To Ministers’ Wives: We Get You
By Kathy Ferguson Litton We get you. Because we are you. We understand you. This is a ministry for pastors’
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9/11, Christian-Muslim Relations, and the Great Commission
By Joel Rainey Over the past year, Murat and I have become very good friends. He is a young guy