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About thgray

licensed clinical professional counselor; life/wellness coach; distance counselor/coach; international speaker, trainer

“Who Are You…God?” – Part 2

Many years ago I boasted that my wife and I knew each other so well that we didn’t even need to talk! (I admit, I was young and stupid!) Not long after that, I woke up to realize that I … Continue reading

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“Who are you… God?”

Depending on how you read it, this is the question Saul of Tarsus asked when he was struck blind on the road to Damascus…”Who ARE you, God!?” As I mentioned in the last edition of “New Mission Wellness,” even Christ … Continue reading

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“I’m afraid I have bad news…”

The moments that followed that phrase from the doctor a year ago changed my life dramatically. It would take a few days, but soon I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. The usual regimen of chemotherapy began and was tolerated without … Continue reading

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Boundaries Without Borders

No doubt you are familiar with the humanitarian organization, “Doctors Without Borders,” which operates independently throughout the world, responding to crisis situations, without political, military, or religious agendas. We esteem them for being able to cross geographical, cultural, and political boundaries … Continue reading

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Is My Arm Too Short?

When the Israelite children complained about not having meat to eat, the Lord told Moses to get ready…I’ll give them meat! When Moses questioned the practicality of such a promise, God responded, “Is My arm too short?” Later, while God … Continue reading

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“Tis the season to be…SAD!?”

It seems to be true in at least 6% of the American population, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians, with 70-80% of the sufferers being women. Most of us tend to get the winter blahs, however “Seasonal Affective … Continue reading

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“God… Help Me!”

Since the times of Genesis, Mankind has been turning to God for help in times of trouble. Throughout history, each of the major religions of the world have taught a means of coping by utilizing one’s religion, spirituality, faith, practices, … Continue reading

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