Audience: Women; Resource Type: Articles
by Ricky Chelette, Executive Director A young man entered my office. From all appearances he was just like every other young man you might meet in church on a given Sunday morning: well groomed, articulate, charming, polite, bright eyed and married for ten plus years with a young child. As he began to share, he … Read More »
by Ricky Chelette, Executive Director “I think my son wants to be a girl,” the father blurted out through tear-filled eyes as he entered my office. He was an enthusiastic father, an articulate, well-educated man, with a passion for God and truth. His wife was with him, tears streaming from her face as she saw … Read More »
by Ricky Chelette “Therefore a man shall leave his father and his mother and hold fast to his wife, and they shall become one flesh” (Gen. 2:24). In this simple but profound verse we see the Creator of the Universe clearly laying out His design for human union: One man, one woman, created as a … Read More »
by Ricky Chelette I want to sin. That is just the plain and natural truth. Everything in my fallen self desires that which is contrary to the spirit of God. It is so frustrating! Unfortunately the church often doesn’t help. I know churches want to and mean to, but honestly, they don’t. Why? Well because … Read More »
by Ricky Chelette Idolatry. Most of us would say that we are not idol worshipers. Most of you reading this article would say you love the Lord deeply. You attend church weekly; you are kind, hospitable, and even generous. When you read the word idol you often think of a Buddha or some other kind … Read More »
Finding a counselor can be difficult, especially if you are looking for one who supports your Christian/Biblical worldview. Ask some very specific questions and do your homework.
by Ricky Chelette “You don’t understand. I have felt like this since I can remember. I simply feel that this is the way that I am.” Without fail, almost everyone I talk to would say they didn’t choose to be same gender attracted. They cannot remember a moment when they made some intentional decision to … Read More »