Posts by Dr. Norman Wise

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Christ Centered 12 Steps

by Dr. Norman Wise

The 12 Steps from a Christian point of view By Dr. Norman Wise 1. We admitted, by a revelation of the Holy Spirit, that we were powerless over other people, events and substances-that our lives had become uncontrollable because of our sin. We accepted 100% responsibility for our words, actions, and attitudes. 2. Came to […]

List of Seminars in 2018

by Dr. Norman Wise

    Learning How Seminars in 2018 By Dr. Norman Wise From 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM Free Light Dinner Saturday, January,21 2018 Learning How to Defeat Self Righteousness  Saturday, February 24, 2018  Learning How to Live a Gospel Centered Life. Saturday, March 24, 2018 Learning How to Control Your Anger Saturday, April 28, 2018 […]

Learning to Love

by Dr. Norman Wise

  Watch this on “youtube”. Learning to Love   4 “Hear, O Israel! The LORD is our God, the LORD is one! 5 “You shall love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. [Deuteronomy 6:4-5 NASB]   28 One of the scribes came […]

Self Talk To Defeat Suicide

by Dr. Norman Wise

Love of Death Self-Talk   What is self-talk?   Self-talk a person’s internal dialogue, which can be positive and motivational or negative and demotivating.   Part of this internal dialogue can be a wish for death or idealization about suicide.  How can we weaken such internal conversation?   One is to replace this focus on […]

Musings on being secular

by Dr. Norman Wise

Musings on being secular By Dr. Norman Wise I think that most people, even those who say they believe in God or even Christianity are very secular in their “Monday Morning” approach to life.  I know that it is easy for me to fall into a “secular” frame of mind. What do I mean by […]

Have a Gospel-Centered Year!

by Dr. Norman Wise

2018 January Communion First Annual Semi-Silent New Year’s Day Retreat Welcome! If you’ve arrived during a silent time…. Please grab some drinks or snacks and make yourself at home! The instructions below will guide you through the reflection time, and we will use  the space by the fireplace for conversation and prayer at some point. […]