Wait a minute. This isn’t Latin class. Why are we starting off with a different language? There’s a point behind it all, trust me. What came to mind when you read the title? Most would lean toward the word Sincere. Sincerity, honesty, trust. These are things we search for in others, components of relationships that … Continue reading Sine Cera
Month: October 2017
The power of family counseling
Family life can be joyful, fun, and meaningful – and it can also be hard. Sometimes our family members frustrate us like no one else could. Every relationship has its ups and downs! But what can you do when your family is struggling with a long season of “down” and needs support? One helpful option … Continue reading The power of family counseling
You’re Invited to the iHope Open House!
This new ministry has been open a little over two months now, serving the Florence and Pee Dee region with mental health counseling services that are rooted in biblical principles. You're welcome to drop in and celebrate during this week's Open House! In our first two months, iHope has held over 150 counseling sessions and … Continue reading You’re Invited to the iHope Open House!
Is your teenager struggling with anxiety?
If you live in America, it’s becoming more and more likely that the answer is “yes.” Since 1985, American teenagers have jumped from 18% of college freshman feeling “overwhelmed” to 41%. Nearly one-third of teens and adults have an anxiety disorder. But do we even see it when it’s happening? Three Myths About Anxiety “It’s … Continue reading Is your teenager struggling with anxiety?
The Need for Apologies
It is hard to admit when we’re wrong. Many of us struggle even to admit it to ourselves, let alone out loud to another person. And to admit you are wrong, and then go the next step to apologize and ask for forgiveness? This is a hard – but very necessary – part of life. … Continue reading The Need for Apologies
Handling Sorrow and Grief
During and after tragedy, it is only natural to experience sorrow, grief, fear, and anger. We cry out to God “Why?” and seek comfort and often seek distraction. These hard emotions are important, natural, and expected – but they are uncomfortable. We can expect sorrow and grief in life, but how do we handle it? … Continue reading Handling Sorrow and Grief