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Daring to Have Gratitude

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Give Peace a Chance…In your Marriage

By Samuel Rainey I’m sure you’ve seen it in a movie, or on the news. Some country breaks the demilitarized zone (DMZ) with an aircraft or some other object. The other country interprets this as an act of war and promptly opens fire, destroying it before it has a...

Back to the Present

We are being enticed every day of every hour of every minute to distract our selves away from the moment in which we are living. By missing the present, we can forestall what we can have in the future. Almost everyone acknowledges that the very tools we have created...

When Putting On Weight is a Good Thing

If you have been in a Sage Hill Counseling office in the past year, you may have noticed a chunky blanket draped over a couch or chair. These quirkily shaped blankets are stuffed with heavy beads in varying weights. You may be wondering why a counseling center has...

“I’m Sorry”

What do you say when you don’t know what to say? What can be said that helps when you are presented with another person’s loss, pain, grief, and struggle? When we are presented with pain over which we are powerless to repair, the words that truly fit the circumstance...

Yield to Yield

     In the parable of the seed thrower, Jesus speaks about the farmer scattering seeds on “good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown” (Matthew 13:8). The ground that did not produce a yield could not...