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Living in an Emotionally Abusive Marriage

Julie Ganschow explains the dynamics of emotional abuse in marriage and the approach taken by Reigning Grace Counseling Centerwhen helping couples in this heartbreaking situation.

BCUK Annual Conference: Experiencing God

In March 2019, Dr. Jeremy Pierre will be the main speaker at BCUK's annual conference. He will be teaching on how to experience God in your daily life

More than Material Minds

Neuroscientist, Michael Egnor, writes in Christianity Today about coming to the belief that humans are more than material and have a soul

Understanding a Man's Middle-Age Life Crisis, Part 2

This is the second part of Mark Shaw's posts on understanding what is involved when a man has a mid-life crisis

Understanding a Man’s Middle-Age Crisis, Part 1

Mark Shaw helps us understand what is involved when a man has a mid-life crisis

Review- Grief: Walking with Jesus by Bob Kellemen

Grief: Walking with Jesus, by Dr. Bob Kellemen, piqued my interest in horticulture. Like certain flowers that close at night and blossom in the morning, Grief takes the grieved believer from the depths of darkness to the light of the Son. Dr. Kellemen compassionately leads the troubled soul from the darkness of being closed in on themselves, through relationship with the Lord Jesus, to experiencing life in a different day.
Grief is a 31-day devotional book written for the grieving. Dr; Kellemen lovingly and gracefully points the reader to the Jesus who cares for them and does something about their grief. Jesus' loving character is shown in different ways. He is the suffering servant, who is intimately acquainted with our grief and who shows us that it is normal to hurt. He is a compassionate Saviour who consoles us in our grief and who makes it possible to find comfort. He is a healing Saviour, who speaks eternal truths into our earthly wounds, which means it is possible to grieve …