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By On April 30th, 2013

Faith Provides Better Outcome in Mental Health Treatment

While many Christian counselors caution against pushing religion too strongly during struggles with mental health problems, it appears belief in God provides more favorable outcomes for psychiatric patients. The researchers didn’t focus on a specific religion, but the recent study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders shows that patients with mental illness and a belief in…

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By On April 10th, 2013

How The Church Can Handle Depression

Depression is a hot topic for Christians suddenly, after rather tragic events over the weekend. Faced with the reality of how depression can tear apart family, drag down a person with a promising future, and sometimes lead to a life cut short too soon. Understanding how to offer proper support both personally and as a…

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By On March 5th, 2013

Why “Sexy Wife” Language Hurts Some Women

In the modern world, being a good Christian wife could have very different meanings for many different women. The modern world is far more overtly sexual, and the wife’s role as it is laid out in the Bible is often understood as a demand to please their husband. Christian wives feel dual pressures to please…

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