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Today's World Book

Today has turned out to be another cold, rainy day. It is a great day to plop down in a chair, fire up the computer, and wander around the Internet. 611 more words

15 Jan : Birth of a revolution on Internet

Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia is 18 years old today. It’s a website of its own kind that anyone can edit. Brainchild of two American Internet entrepreneurs… 212 more words

History

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When you watch a nature documentary from the late Twentieth Century or especially the early Twenty-First Century, you get the unmistakable impression that, though no one is saying so, the implication is clear that animals really are just living the same kinds of lives we humans do, only (mostly) without clothing or skyscrapers or the complete works of Shakespeare to explain themselves with. 674 more words

Season One

Anxiety (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)

By Julie Golan

I. Definition

Biblical perspective

The Bible would describe anxiety as a sinful worry, often about the future (Matthew 6:25-34; Philippians 4:6). There are references in Scripture to good kinds of fear, however. 1,237 more words

Problems And Procedures

Depression

By Hannah Giesbrecht

I. Definition:

Depression is defined as a mental health disorder characterized by persistently depressed mood or loss of interest in activities, causing significant impairment in daily life. 1,940 more words

Problems And Procedures

Biblical Counseling

By Jill Freeman

I. Overview

Biblical counseling is defined by its commitment not only to the inerrancy but also the sufficiency of Scripture to counsel people through life. 1,685 more words

Biblical Counseling

Gluttony

By Luke Brannon

Problem/Condition: Gluttony

  1. Definition
    1. Biblical Perspective: Gluttony
      1. The biblical term for overeating is gluttony (Prov. 23:2, 21; Prov. 18:7, Titus 1:12-13). Gluttony is the uncontrolled eating of food that is excessive and unnecessary.
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Problems And Procedures