Friday, 11 April 2014 15:41

The Little Brain That Would Not Cooperate

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During my postdoctoral fellowships in neurology and neuropsychology at UT Southwestern Medical Center I was blessed to work and train with many talented people. It was an honor to be a part of the efforts of these men and women who worked tirelessly day and night, fulfilling a passion they have to care for their fellow man. Theirs is a passion to relieve, as best as possible, the physical and emotional burdens of another’s often unfathomable suffering.

Tuesday, 18 September 2012 21:26

Married Life and the "Why" of Behavior

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Cultivating a marriage that sings the glory of God begins with God.  Relational dynamics, spousal roles, communication patterns, families of origin, financial peace, and sexual fulfillment are all working variables in the covenantal relationship called marriage, but they are not the final contexts in which marriages develop nor are they the causal core of why individuals in marriage relate the way they do. 

Friday, 02 March 2012 16:19

Where is God?

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Where are you God? As a counselor that’s a question I hear often from all types of people with all types of problems. Feelings of abandonment, loneliness, frustration, anger and confusion abound as people look for answers and relief from life’s circumstances. I believe it’s a common question and a fair one at that. I actually really like this question because it is a question we all ask at some point in life. If we are honest with ourselves as believers in Christ there are numerous times in life where we find ourselves asking, “where are you God?”