Myriam Hertzog

Cecelia Bernhardt, Laura Andrews, Myriam Hertzog  - Podcast  - Jun 28, 2013

Today on the podcast Myriam sits down with Cecelia Bernhardt and Laura Andrews. They discuss the benefits of legal protection in counseling.

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Cecelia Bernhardt
Laura Andrews
Myriam Hertzog

 

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Cecelia Bernhardt, Laura Andrews, Myriam Hertzog, Winston Smith  - Podcast  - Jun 21, 2013

Today on the podcast Winston and Myriam sit down with Cecelia Bernhardt and Laura Andrews. They discuss the dangers of falling into the trap of busyness.

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Cecelia Bernhardt
Laura Andrews
Winston Smith
Myriam Hertzog

 

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Ed Welch, Myriam Hertzog, Winston Smith  - Podcast  - Jun 14, 2013

In this podcast Winston and Myriam sit down with Ed Welch. They answer the question, " Is "Why?" a biblical question? They also discuss how we should respond to tragedy.

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Bill Smith, Myriam Hertzog, Winston Smith  - Podcast  - Jun 10, 2013

In this podcast Winston and Myriam sit down with Pastor Bill Smith. They discuss what it looks like to love others in your life, especially when it's hard.

 

 

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Myriam Hertzog  - JBC Article  - May 20, 2013

Lenore Skenazy’s Free Range Kids describes the problem of hovering, controlling, fear-filled parents, and attempts to offer a healthier alternative. The issue Skenazy identifies characterizes a wide swath of contemporary culture, and plagues many Christian parents as well. 

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Myriam Hertzog  - Blog Post  - Apr 04, 2013

In this thoughtful toolbox article, Winston Smith investigates when it is appropriate not to do marriage counseling.  At first glance, this may be a bit confusing.  Why would you ever say no to a couple who has asked for counseling?  Are there situations that warrant a different approach?  

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Myriam Hertzog  - Blog Post  - Mar 01, 2013

“The Constructive Displeasure of Mercy.” What a curious title! I find it so mysterious—and intriguing. How is mercy a “displeasure”? Usually we think of mercy as extending our hand to someone who is powerless, and that is a good thing. But David Powlison tackles it from a different angle: extending mercy when you have been unjustly and wrongly attacked. In that situation, mercy can be a sting and a great “displeasure.” Yet mercy, instead of anger or retaliation, is the constructive way forward. 

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