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Got Hope?


Posted on November 28, 2017
by Rev. Michael Wolfram

Hope! It is an intrinsic part of human existence! • Every farmer hopes that it will rain and he will have a good yield • Every businessman purchases goods hoping that he can sell it and make profits • Every student hopes to do well on the exams. • Every athletic team takes the field […]

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“Because He Lives, I Can Face Tomorrow” by Bill and Gloria Gaither

Posted on June 20, 2016
by Lynnette Aschinger, LISW

Many of us have “been there”. A traumatic event, a death or situation, injury, or illness causes persistent and ongoing physical, emotional and mental pain that does not subside. When this happens we feel helpless, hopeless, discouraged, and overwhelmed. We feel defeated.  Whatever the situation or circumstance, people can be weakened by the darkness of […]

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Recovering from Mental Illness

Posted on May 6, 2016

Recovering or Cured? Many years ago, I attended a multi-day training at the Village, a mental health recovery community in Long Beach, California.  Although I was utilizing recovery principles by that time as a therapist, the immersion training helped me understand how to apply the term “recovery” to persons with mental illness. Previously, the term “recovery” […]

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