A Review of “Healing from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder” by David Keuler

This book is more Eastern Philosophy than therapeutic resource.

A Review of “Ego Trip” by Glynn Harrison

This book is a hidden gem that I hope many will read.

Open to Reason and Globalizing Thoughts

The mind, when fueled by our own insecurities and pride, can become a powerful weapon in our own self-harm. A thought gets locked into our brain and it can overwhelm us, fuel our moods, and reshape the trajectory of our day (sometimes even our lives). We feel, at times, like we are not capable of […]

Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy

Spiritual health is evaluated by more than right doctrine.

A Review of “Redeeming Power” by Diane Langberg

If anyone is equipped to speak to the issues of abuse in the church it is Christian psychologist Diane Langberg. Recognized as a leading authority in the field of abuse and trauma counseling, Langberg has written and taught extensively on the subjects all over the world. She is also, however, a devout follower of Jesus […]

A Review of “Beyond Authority and Submission” by Rachel Green Miller

Rachel Green Miller believes that “authority and submission have become the lens through which all of women’s and men’s interactions are viewed” (14). In Beyond Authority and Submission she has identified serious problems within this focus, namely the ways in which it undervalues women and distorts Biblical teaching. Despite what critics have said, I don’t […]

A Proverbs 31 Husband

Proverbs 31 gives us a picture of an empowering husband.

Jesus’ Rebuke of Spiritual Abusers (Part 8)

Even if they decorate the tombs of the prophets, our call to abusers remains: submit to the Word of the Lord!

A Review of “A Theology of James” by Christopher Morgan

Morgan has written a lucid and insightful exploration of James’ theology.

Jesus’ Rebuke of Spiritual Abusers (Part 7)

Abusers are often motivated by greed and self-indulgence