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What if you have a disability? Chuck Swindoll's teaching this week at Insight for Living

We heard about a couple of fabulous resources of interest to our readers being offered by Colleen Swindoll-Thompson and our friends over at Insight for Living… 441 more words

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Matt Walsh, responsibility, stigma and ADHD

Matt Walsh is a popular blogger in the Christian community. He has over 250,000 Facebook followers, his writing is featured on other websites and he describes himself as being part of a community engaged in the battle for the traditional family. 1,267 more words

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Shannon Dingle...Why do you keep writing about how broken kids in foster or adoptive placements are?

A reader gently asked me this, and I immediately understood what she meant. I’ve written about trauma and attachment difficulties, and I’ve written about permanent brain changes resulting from institutionalization at an early age. 830 more words

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Dr. Oren Mason...Wondering what a pill will do to me?

Editor’s note…Dr. Oren Mason is serving as our guest blogger today. We’re delighted to share a first-person account from a highly respected physician and author of his personal experience with taking medication for ADHD. 1,067 more words

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Why many in the church don't see ADHD as a disability...

In the fourth installment of our series, Sin, Mental Illness and the Church, we look at the sources of a mindset that exists in many churches that ADHD isn’t a real disability and fails to recognize the challenges parents of kids with ADHD might face in regularly attending church. 1,374 more words

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I wonder how we miss the obvious...Jeff McNair

Luke 10 tells the following story.

On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus. “Teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?” 759 more words

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The evangelical understanding of mental illness...How Freud, Skinner, Rogers and Ellis led to Jay Adams

We’re beginning a series today on the theme Sin, Mental Illness and the Church. This study will be accompanied by a more in-depth, optional online study group ( 979 more words

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