Wrath

Wrath

“For the wrath of man does not work the righteousness of God.” - James 1:20 Some stories put me in touch with my inner murderer. This one’s a pretty good example. Continue Reading

When Truth Isn’t Enough

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Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep. - Romans 12:15   Continue Reading

The Unscheduled Appointment

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I love what I do for a living, and count myself hugely blessed when I remember how rare it is for your work and your first love to be the same. Continue Reading

Love Thy Jerk

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“We don’t devote enough scientific research to finding a cure for jerks.” - Bill Watterson   Continue Reading

Questions People Ask About Support Groups

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We’re excited about the formation of our on-line groups for families with gay loved ones, and for men struggling with the use of porn or other sexual behaviors. After 27 years of providing one-on-one Biblical counseling for people wrestling with these issues, we realize many folks don’t have access to a Christian counselor who specializes in these areas. So we’re launching these groups to more effectively meet the needs of the population we serve. When someone considers joining a group, they have questions. To help you decide whether or not Continue Reading

Two Online Groups Starting

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At Genesis Biblical Solutions, we know the value of support, and what it means to anyone who is going through a crisis in a relationship, or struggle with a life-dominating issue. You're not meant to go through this alone--that's why I'm starting two online support groups, beginning in March. Register now by checking out the info below: The Game Plan Men's Purity Group Based on his 5-step plan, ROUTE, men will learn specific steps to take, how to establish order, deal with cycles of temptation, and get off the "rollercoaster" by Continue Reading

Mad at Dad

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Please Note: I got knocked down with a serious bug this weekend in New Hampshire which has had me flat on my back all week. So thanks for bearing with me, and my posts will be back on a regular schedule now. I'm at the age when I, and many of my friends, are standing at the dock with our parents. They're getting ready to board and we're reluctantly facing it, while reflecting on how much they mean to us, and how surprisingly huge their role in our lives has turned out to be. All of which gets me thinking about fathers and sons. Dads figure Continue Reading

Early Winter

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Do your diligence to come before winter. (II Timothy 4:21) Chuck Swindoll developed a volume of insight from Paul’s brief request to Timothy cited above, basing his book Come Before Winter on what he’d gleaned from the aging apostle’s thoughts. It’s a moving read, one of Swindoll’s best to my thinking, reminding us to hear the yearnings that people try to express. The very phrase “Come Before Winter” hints that the asker is facing an upcoming time of cold gray, hoping the person he’s asking will respond by being there, coming alongside when Continue Reading

It’s In The Cards

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The volume of Christmas cards coming into our home has gone way down, year after year, replaced by online greetings, which are now the norm. Continue Reading

The Transsexual Dilemma – Part 4 of a 5 Part Series

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The growing support for transsexualism in the culture, plus the growing number of voices within the Church calling for us to not only to show respect and compassion to transsexuals (a very sound idea) but approval as well (wrong option) has prodded me to post, in a five-part series, an article I wrote on the subject six years ago for the Christian Research Journal. (You can find the entire article it in its original form here)   Continue Reading