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By On March 18th, 2013

Should You Tolerate Sin and Unhealthy Acts?

“Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.” There are also few better known verses from the Bible. Unfortunately, there is a lot of debate over who exactly this “neighbor” is. Many Christians assume it is like-minded religious peers, but my entire life I have been taught that this verse really speaks…

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By On March 13th, 2013

Managing Chronic Pain and Keeping Your Faith

When you are young, you go to the doctor for vomiting, fevers, and similar, objectively observable ailments, but as you get older pain becomes a serious, sometimes unwavering issue. Every trip to the doctor now includes being asked to rate your level of pain. For most kids, the doctor treats colds, and viruses, and strep…

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By On March 12th, 2013

How Can The Church Reach Out To Those With Serious Mental Illness?

For the average able-bodied or able-minded people, trying to minister or counsel people with serious mental illness can often be difficult. While psychiatrists can be trained on how to communicate and craft their treatments to people with serious mental illness (SMI), many average, normally kind people will withdraw or act negatively towards those with SMI.…

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By On February 28th, 2013

A Biblical Perspective On Anxiety

Despite what some contemporary psychologists say, anxiety is not a new problem brought on by a fast-paced technologically modern society. In fact, anxiety stretches back to biblical times, as Mental Health Grace Alliance point out on their blog. Heightened anxiety is discussed throughout the bible including passages directly referencing it in Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes,…

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