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Lucy Ann Moll counsels hope to the heart. A certified biblical counselor and seminary graduate in Pastoral Care, she counsels women, couples, and families in person and by Skype. Lucy also speaks to groups, blogs, and writes books as well as practical resources. She and her family (and a frisky feline named Polly) make their home in in northern Illinois on the edge of a cornfield.
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How to Help a Divorced Christian

Divorce is a bottomless well. It undoes the Christian woman divorced by her husband. It confuses the kids too. Friends sometimes scatter. When Mr. and Mrs split, all relationships change but one. God loves you — divorced and broken. He loves your ex too. Some folks in church may compound the pain of divorce. Tragic. While the […]

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How to Be Good Enough

You don’t have to do more, more, more to be good enough. You already are good enough. You already are amazing. God says so. He made you, so wouldn’t he know? Yet God has made everything beautiful for its own time. He has planted eternity in the human heart, but even so, people cannot see […]

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4 Keys to Ending Bitterness

You can learn how to end bitterness and live better.  You can exchange bitterness for “betterness,” says biblical counselor and teacher Sherry Allchin, M.A. Chances are you know the look of bitterness. It … sours your face, may raise your blood pressure, and contribute to other unwelcome physical ailments. wards off friends, coworkers, even family […]

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Is Loving Yourself. . .Ungodly?

Self-neglect is a pit we Christian women may trip into. It may seem good to neglect your own needs as you care for others, but is it? For a clue, let’s listen to a conversation between Jesus and an expert in the Mosaic law. On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test […]

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How to Overcome a Crisis

From divorce to financial ruin, teenage rebellion to sexual abuse, natural disaster to imprisonment — such crises are a normal part of life, normal and painful, and God-help-me prayers. The English word crises comes from the Greek krisis, meaning “a decision point.” In a crisis, you can fall under the weight of it or develop […]

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