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Posted: Mar 14, 2016

Dancing in the Rain

When my son was diagnosed with cancer, I began to live with the reality of what cancer was capable of doing. I knew that this disease could create havoc in my son’s body. The idea of not having control over how the cancer was going to spread or the damage it would do to Seth was almost too much for me to handle.
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Posted: Feb 10, 2016

Slow Fade

I was driving to work today listening to the radio and heard the song Slow Fade by Casting Crowns. It brought tears to my eyes. What is a slow fade? It is a glance, a momentary lapse in judgement, an intruding thought...it is one degree to the left that destroys mind, body, spirit, and soul, little by little. 
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Posted: Feb 1, 2016

FINDING SAFE ACCOUNTABILITY AS A CHRISTIAN LEADER

Part 2

In my previous article, we discussed the inherent difficulty Christian leaders have in finding safe, yet vulnerable, accountability. While it's not to say there wouldn't ever be a congregant or employee mature enough for such an undertaking, it's certainly not typical.
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Posted: Jan 20, 2016

Myths About Men's Sexuality—3

Myth 3

If men don't have an orgasm every 48-72 hours, they won't be able to stay sexually pure. One popular series of books about "everyman's" battle with sex advocates that women should realize how much men struggle with sex and that it is their obligation to help them by being regularly sexually available.
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Posted: Nov 23, 2015

Five Common Roots of Sexual Addiction

Part 4 - Fear of Intimacy

Intimacy-aversive (sometimes called 'sexual anorexia' or 'intimacy anorexia') addicts have more trouble with "acting-in" than acting-out in the context of a relationship. This can be evidenced by behaviors that tend to sabotage or erode the intimacy in that primary romantic relationship: withdraw, withholding, blaming, shaming, avoiding, hiding, controlling, etc. Sound familiar?

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