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We want to share from Tim Challies, which considers risk factors and presents necessary questions for parents to take in to account as the process the decision: “Should I allow my children to attend sleepovers?”
Please join us as we welcome another new member to the Journey Counseling team, Rachel Eanes. We are looking forward to Rachel’s extensive experience and expertise in working with children and adolescents.
Please welcome our newest member to the Journey Counseling team, Ally Padilla. We are looking forward to Ally’s experience and expertise as we continue to offer Biblical counseling and care to our area.
Even while feeling the ‘vanity’ and the frustration that a life ‘under the sun’ brings, I can acknowledge the frustration while also enjoying the good gifts that God gives.
Save the Date! April 17. Point. Click. And Give.
“We—the church—still say foolish things to those who are going through hardships.” The following blog post quickly describes two reason why this happens and suggested resources for improving this.
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Brent, a United States jet fighter pilot, streaked toward his target in Baghdad. His wing man was at his side and above. Then the SAM missiles began exploding everywhere and one hit below his wingman’s plane blowing off his fuel tanks.
For this month’s blog, we have poems and devotionals written by a friend of Journey. When asked to consider providing a blog, she was gracious in accepting the request, which is reflective of this person’s heart.