Be Still

"Be still" by Kaitlyn Fraser, MA, LPCA“I need a vacation.” How often have you found yourself thinking or saying that?  American culture stresses the importance of doing, achieving, and being successful. We learn to schedule each second of our week – working, chauffeuring children, and meal planning. Although these are all good things, they begin [...]

Be Still2018-08-10T19:42:59+00:00

The Best Version of You

by Misty Lawrence, MA, LMFTA, LPCA The phrase ‘self-care’ began gaining in popularity over the last few years, but the concept has been around for centuries. God created an entire day for this purpose, knowing that His creation needed regular rest; “There remains then a Sabbath-rest for the people of God” (Hebrews 4:9, New [...]

The Best Version of You2018-05-17T18:29:28+00:00

When to Seek Counseling for Your Child

By Galina Olivera-Celdran, PhD, LPCS, LCAS Every child experiences occasional problems at home or at school. It could be a conflict with a teacher over turning homework in too late; a fight with a sibling over sharing their favorite toy; a disagreement with a parent over limiting their TV time. Moving, changing schools, or facing [...]

When to Seek Counseling for Your Child2017-08-04T13:40:10+00:00


By: Stephanie Roofner, MA, LPCA Resilience is important for living a meaningful life. Well, yes of course, you’re thinking, that seems fairly obvious. But what really is resilience? Is it just something that some fortunate people have, or can anyone become more resilient? And ultimately, what does the Bible have to say about being resilient? [...]


An Empty Jar

By Galina Olivera-Celdran, PhD Let’s be honest: all of us have been there. There comes a point in our lives when we think life is not fair. We think that God did not hold up to His part of the deal. We think that we have been faithful to God, we were doing the right [...]

An Empty Jar2017-03-08T00:54:03+00:00