|Posted by Terry Aaron, PhD on February 27, 2014 at 12:50 PM||comments (1030)|
Why does God allow suffering? If he is all-good and all-powerful couldn’t he stop injustice? We’ve all asked this question. For all of human history people have wrestled with question of why does God allow suffering.
Much of the pain and suffering that we experience or see others going through is undeserved. It’s hard to accept. Let’s consider what the Bible says about suffering. But first we need to consider the appropriate context to study this iss...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Terry Aaron, PhD on June 25, 2011 at 10:40 AM||comments (26)|
Posted on 6/24/2011 by Dr. Terry Aaron -
Is biblical counseling exclusively about passing along theological information from one person to another?
As practitioners of God’s Word are we to only occupy ourselves with doctrinal understanding or scriptural application as it regards the sin and sufferings of others? While theology and doctrinal acuity are essential components of biblical counseling, wisdom guides us to understand that,...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Terry Aaron, PhD on August 11, 2010 at 11:21 PM||comments (14)|
"The Wonderful Counselor"
One of the tasks that confront every parent is the job of coming up with a name for their new baby. I remember that struggle. Some names are immediately dismissed because they don't sound right. Some names are dismissed because you associate them with certain people who are weird, people you don't like, or because the names have certain stereotypes that go with them. Finding the right name is something most parents ago...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Terry Aaron, PhD on August 11, 2010 at 12:47 PM||comments (22)|
The "Put Off - Put On" Dynamic.
. Christians often fail to change because they try to change solely by breaking bad habits. However, change that lasts will not take place until one replaces the bad habit with a godly habit. Ephesians 4:22-24 explains this as the "Principle of Replacement." This process of change is described in the Bible by the terms Put-Off, Renew, and Put-On. Christians are to Put Off the old sinful way of life, renew their mind with Biblical truth, and P...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Dennis Wagner on August 4, 2010 at 11:54 AM||comments (7)|
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|Posted by Yvonne Madison on July 16, 2010 at 9:36 AM||comments (15)|
Fear not I am with You
I will help you
I am your God
Fear not I will not fail you
I have redeemed you
I am your God
You never need to tremble
You shall be made ashamed
You need never be confused
And do not be dismayed
Fear not I will favor you
I will strengthen you
I am your God
Fear not I will uphold you
I will shield you
I am your God
I am your God and you are Mine
I have called you by My n...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Yvonne Madison on July 16, 2010 at 9:34 AM||comments (16)|
Let's face it- disappointments are rough. They hurt. I have had my share lately. Several big things I had hoped for have turned out for the worse. What is hardest is that they are stiuations in which people have let me down or betrayed me. Friendships lost. Associations ended. And not by my own choice. Not something I would have done or chosen yet it happened. And it is disappointing, to say the least. So what do I do? Get angry? Find fault? Get revenge? Just stop trying? Feel sorry for mysel...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Terry Aaron, PhD on June 24, 2010 at 11:00 AM|
Counseling Philosophy: Overview by Terry Aaron, Ph.D.
I have adopted an interpersonal therapeutic approach as my theoretical framework for counseling. While I see value in all of the various approaches, theories, and techniques of counseling, I believe that an interpersonal process is an effective people-oriented approach that seeks to address the core issues of the heart. I believe that everyone has been created uniquely and there is much truth ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Dennis Wagner on June 16, 2010 at 10:41 PM||comments (2)|
Stress seems to surround many people today, here are some quick tips in dealing with stress in the workplace....
A few practical tips for handling stress in the workplace.
|Posted by Terry Aaron, PhD on June 5, 2010 at 10:30 AM||comments (16)|
This is a new day that God has given to me and to everyone that waks up today! I plan to make the best of it and share myself with my family. I hope everyone has a nice weekend!