Category Archives: Counseling/Psychology

Five Benefits of Celebrating Others’ Successes

By David Henderson *This piece originally appeared at Dr. Hendersons blog, Purpose Beyond Pain. Recently, I did a post on the seven people waiting when you fall (The Vulture, Vampire, Voyeur, Freak, Fixer, Father, and Friend). If you missed it, you can check it out byclicking hereor you can tune in tonight at 6:30pm or 10:30pm to 90.9 KCBI and hear some of my thoughts on the subject. Once the … Continue reading

The Power of Words

*Posted by Winston Hottman Every sea creature, reptile, bird, or animal is tamed and has been tamed by man, but no man can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison.We praise ourLord and Father with it, and we curse men who are made in Godslikeness with it.~ James 3:7-9 (HCSB) Below, Dr. Paul Tripp discusses and illustrates the life and death power that our words … Continue reading

Love and War

At the Desiring God blog, Russell Moore discusses the addictive attraction of pornography and video gaming: Satan isnt a creator but a plagiarist. His power is parasitic, latching on to good impulses and directing them toward his own purpose. God intends a man to feel the wildness of sexuality in the self-giving union with his wife. And a man is meant to, when necessary, fight for his family, his people, … Continue reading

Conflicts of Purpose

*Posted by guest author Dr. David Henderson. Dr. Hendersonregularlyblogs at What happens when a vacationing family prays for sunshine while a farming family is praying for rain? What about when two charities are vying for the same patron? Or when a young lawyer is torn between staying late at the office to make partner and getting home in time to help his children with their homework? The answer for … Continue reading

Conflict Resolution: When you feel attacked

*Posted by Dr. David Henderson; Dr. Henderson regularly blogs at Relationships are full of conflict. If you have managed to avoid it this far in your life, I guarantee you that you have also managed to avoid people. Avoiding conflict is not the answer, although we can certainly try to steer clear of meaningless squabbles and debates. The true sign of a healthy relationship is one that navigates the … Continue reading