Julie E. Lowe

Julie Smith Lowe, M.A. is Associate Faculty at CCEF and has been counseling for over 13 years. She has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Biblical Theological Seminary, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and is pursuing certification as a Registered Play Therapist. She has extensive experience with foster and adoptive families, as well as child maltreatment issues. She speaks at events regarding women's issues, parenting, and children and conflict resolution.

Julie E. Lowe  - Premium Resource  - Oct 08, 2014

Walk alongside as we tell stories of some beloved pets. Hear what pets often teach us about life, love, loss and God's goodness to us. 

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Julie E. Lowe  - Premium Resource  - Oct 08, 2014

Parents get divorced, a beloved family member dies, the family moves away from the only home the child has ever known...These are just a few of the many losses that children and teens might experience. During these times, they need godly comfort, hope, and guidance so they can make sense of the loss. They need adults who can help them work through their suffering and who will point them to Christ. This breakout will focus on looking at practical ways to minister to children and teens who have experienced loss.

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Julie E. Lowe  - Blog Post  - Aug 22, 2014

On the Monday morning after Mother’s Day in 2013, life began as normal in the Lowe home. We were rushing around getting ready for school and work, taking care of our menagerie of pets, and making a list for the day’s agenda. We live a full life with five children, two dogs, two cats, three birds, and two bunnies. I was on vacation and looking forward to rest from work and time to tackle things I never have time for. 

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David Powlison, Judy Blore, Julie E. Lowe, Lauren Whitman, Mike Emlet, Paul David Tripp, Robert D. Jones, Tedd Tripp  - Book  - Jul 25, 2014
Over the decades, the JBC has published more than 1000 articles. With so much content that explores ministry and life, it can be hard to know where to begin. This “Must Read” series provides carefully selected articles on key issues as an entryway into those decades of content.
 
This issue on parenting explores goals of Christian parenting, and provides practical help and wisdom for particularly difficult issues. This issue begins with articles on adolescent years when parenting often becomes the hardest.
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Julie E. Lowe  - Blog Post  - Apr 21, 2014

You’ve heard the old adage, “practice makes perfect.” Recently my son came home from school and said, “Mom, do you know practice really makes permanent?” He then proceeded to explain to me what his teacher had taught him: if you learn to do something the wrong way (and repeatedly do it the wrong way) you will learn permanent bad habits, which will likely result in bad outcomes.  

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Julie E. Lowe  - Blog Post  - Apr 02, 2014

I am a mother of five and, as a counselor, I work with children almost every day. Sadly, many of the children I meet experience tough, heart-breaking problems and some have suffered abuse and mistreatment. I am committed to educating myself and others on the importance of protecting the vulnerable. It is a personal passion for me. It is the way I have built my family and live my life. My goal for myself, and for the larger Christian community, is that we are knowledgeable, competent, and biblically wise when it comes to handling allegations of abuse.  

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Julie E. Lowe  - Premium Resource  - Oct 16, 2013

By and large, parents have less influence over the lives of their children than media, culture and their peer relationships do.  Kids are bombarded with a host of influences and pressures at every turn. This workshop will look at why godly, healthy, relationships with your children are so important, how those influences shape children’s lives, and what parents and other adults can do to foster deeper, meaningful relationships with children.

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Julie E. Lowe, Lauren Whitman  - JBC Article  - Jul 26, 2013

In “Teach Your Children About Sex,” Julie Lowe and Lauren Whitman get down to earth on a topic that can make parents squirm. Their thesis is that someone will teach your children about sex, whether or not that person is you. What children pick up will be either very helpful or very harmful. The best person for giving children a positive, godly understanding of sex is a parent willing and able to talk candidly and constructively.

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CCEF, Ed Welch, Julie E. Lowe, Mike Emlet, Paul David Tripp, Winston Smith  - Premium Resource  - Apr 30, 2013

Parenting so often can feel confusing and overwhelming.  We want Biblical wisdom and yet we are not sure where to turn.  This bundle contains refreshing, honest and wise counsel directly from Scripture on how to approach our children with God’s agenda and not our own.

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Julie E. Lowe  - Blog Post  - Mar 04, 2013

The Lie

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