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Leaving Egypt Book Review

Leaving Egypt Book Review

From Brenda’s Reading List

Leaving Egypt: Finding God in the Wilderness Places by Chuck DeGroat

 

Leaving Egypt: Finding God in the Wilderness PlacesLeaving Egypt is a narrative map that parallels the journey of the Israelites looking for the Promised Land with the journey of humanity. It highlights our tendency to stay or return to the place life feels familiar. Even when there is plenty of evidence that the familiar life that we want to return to is dysfunctional, it seems less scary than continuing into an obscure, unexplored life. The results? We miss what God has for us. The book encourages us to not turn back but continue in the desert journey because that is where the change occurs. The journey is where we learn to move away from our enslavement (include dysfunction here) toward the life God intends for us.

Brenda Stutler, LMHC

 

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Affordable Counseling In Orlando

Affordable Counseling In Orlando

Affordable Counseling Options In Orlando With Our Student Interns Have you been thinking of seeking therapy for yourself or loved one, but have been unable to because of finances or lack of insurance?  At Gilstrap & Associates, we understand the perils of today’s health care system.  Here at our Orlando counseling office our mission is… Continue Reading

Help Keep PTSD Treatments Free For Vets

Help Keep PTSD Treatments Free For Vets

You fight for us, we’ll fight for you! Thanks to the blockbuster movie, American Sniper, veterans dealing with PTSD are now in the forefront of the news. While there are countless veterans dealing with the everyday struggles of living their post-combat lives, there seems to be a few proven treatment methods which can help with… Continue Reading

Frequently Asked Questions at Gilstrap & Associates

Frequently Asked Questions at Gilstrap & Associates

Orlando Counseling | FAQ We would like to share some questions and answers to help you better understand Gilstrap & Associates as well as the industry in general. 1. What is the difference between a counselor, a psychologist and a psychiatrist? The differences in these professions can be summarized by differences in education focus and… Continue Reading

Depression And What To Look For

Depression And What To Look For

Signs of depression and what to look for.   Although it’s been over four months since his passing, Robin Williams’ suicide has had a profound effect on our society and has brought the topic of depression to the front lines. This is because of several obvious factors. The first being that Williams was a celebrity… Continue Reading

Orlando Counseling | Talking To Your Children About Child Sexual Abuse

Orlando Counseling | Talking To Your Children About Child Sexual Abuse

Counseling Young Victims Molestation And Talking To Your Kids. Counseling children after sexual abuse is an absolute necessity. This can be a subject that parents don’t like to bring up, but it’s a very important one. Every year more than a quarter million reports of child sexual abuse are made in the United States.*  This is… Continue Reading

iConnect – A Blog About Our “Internet Addiction”

iConnect – A Blog About Our “Internet Addiction”

Is your device becoming a vice? I think, if we are honest, all of us could say we have become at least somewhat familiar with a set of fairly new experiences.  I am referring to a phenomena associated with our society’s technological “connectedness.” Such experiences include, but are not limited to, phantom cell phone ringing… Continue Reading

Orlando Counseling | Domestic Violence

Orlando Counseling | Domestic Violence

Orlando Counseling Can Help With Domestic Violence. With the recent events surrounding the NFL, domestic violence has become prominent on television, around the “water cooler” at the workplace and on social networking sites. Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. The therapists at… Continue Reading