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November 6, 2019  

Biblical Psychology - S1E8 - Psychology, Pastoral Ministry, and Christianity ft. Ptr Jong (Philippines)

Psychology, Pastoral Ministry, and Christianity ft. Ptr Jong (Philippines)

Dissecting the Heart of a Man of God

What is in the heart of one called by God to be a minister of the gospel? Is psychology that wicked? Why? Where do God and The Word of God fit in the life of the Christian?

Join Dr Danzie as he spends time reflecting on character building idea in the heart of a Pastor...

#newstartpsych #biblicalpsychology #christianity #christianpsychology #gospel #totalmemberinvolvement #TMI #Philippines #Tarlac #Manila #mentalhealth #unstoppable

October 13, 2019  

2019Q4 – Lesson 3 - God’s Call

God's Call

The refugee in need of hope... What is the hope of Ezra and Nehemiah?

How did Lilliana's experience shaped her life? From country to country, from Europe to Australia, learn about her life as a refugee... 

Learn about our own refugee experience

#Refugee #socialpsychology #christianpsychology #newstartpsychology #newstartpsych #adventist #sabbath #sabbathschool #sabbathschoollesson #SDA #christianity #hope #hopefulness #hopefulliving 

September 4, 2019  

Biblical Psychology - S1E7 - Psychology, ADHD, and Medication ft Ryan Becker (Absurdity Podcast)

Psychology, ADHD, and Medication ft. Ryan Becker (Absurdity Podcast)

Is Christianity catching up to our mental health needs?

“Psychology showed us that sin has more deeper effects than we thought”

Brain chemical imbalances can play havoc against someone’s  Christian experience… for some people, medication has increased people’s ability to access God’s voice without having such imbalances blurred down their mental clarity. 

Join this episode as we listen to Ryan’s personal account on mental health issues.

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Website: www.theabsurdity.org

Email: Ryan180Becker@gmail.com

#RyanBecker #absurd.ryan #Absurdity #AbsurdityPodcast #ADHD #MentalHealth #mentalhealthawareness #stigma #Christianity #Adventism #mind #character #personality

REMEMBER: If you feel hopeless, helpless, and carry some guilt and shame, it is highly advisable for you to contact a mental health help line in your country of residence. Or better still, go to see your primary health care provider like a GP and share with them how you feel. If you feel so distressed before, during, or after this program call your local emergency line. Do you know how to call your emergency service like an ambulance in your local country, city, or town? For example, in Australia this is triple zero ('000') and in America is nine 911. And remember, God loves you, and so do we!