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Paul Schroeder-Haag MS, MA

Christian Family Solutions 4351 W. College Avenue Suite 410 Appleton, WI 54914 (800) 438-1772 phaag@wlcfs.org www.ChristianFamilySolutions.org Professional Counselor & Substance Abuse Counselor Specializes in individuals and families Addiction/substance abuse, anxiety, depression Member Assistance Program (MAP)

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Kent Robinson, MA, LPC

Christian Family Solutions Saginaw – Michigan High School Clinic Mt Pleasant – Faith Lutheran Church (800) 438-1772 krobinson@wlcfs.org www.ChristianFamilySolutions.org Licensed Professional Counselor (Michigan) Specializes in adolescents, families, and marriage counseling Available for video counseling in Michigan via telehealth Member Assistance Program (MAP)

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Am I A Sex Addict?

The good folks over at Covenant Eyes want to help you answer your most secret question: Am I a sex addict? We at CtC encourage you to take a look at this article if youve ever, even furtively, wondered about your sexual behavior. It is worth the 5-10 minutes of personal reflection. We also encourage […]

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The Talk

The Talk is an excellent resource that provides a step-by-step, biblically-based approach to talking with your children about sexuality. In our sexually saturated culture, our children are in danger of being introduced to sexual misinformation and secularized values about sex at a very early age.

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Rainbow Savior

Rainbow Savior (RS), by Rev. Monday, is an extremely helpful book for the Christian community and the homosexual. A Christian can use this as a reliable guide through the minefields of the homosexual debate. RS addresses the struggling homosexual in Part I with a call to return back to Christ, the loving and forgiving God. Part II speaks to the Christian congregation as they face the issues surrounding homosexuality.

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More about intimacy in marriage – Women’s Devotion

Conversations about sex can be uncomfortable. Even among Christians, we wonder what should be said. “Less is better” seems to be the advice that many follow. But in the private corner of our heart there is a longing to understand the God pleasing fullness of sexuality in Christian marriage. We desire all its riches, but over time we face a host of insurmountable struggles that attack us at a very personal level. Intimacy can grow cold or loveless and we’re haunted by inadequacy. We have misperceptions, unspoken hurts and guilt. Our own flesh and a sinful world keep us from the beautiful life and delightful gifts God has given to married couples.

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Intimacy In Marriage – Women’s Devotion

Conversations about sex can be uncomfortable. Even among Christians, we wonder what should be said. “Less is better” seems to be the advice that many follow. But in the private corner of our heart there is a longing to understand the God pleasing fullness of sexuality in Christian marriage. We desire all its riches, but over time we face a host of insurmountable struggles that attack us at a very personal level. Intimacy can grow cold or loveless and we’re haunted by inadequacy. We have misperceptions, unspoken hurts and guilt. Our own flesh and a sinful world keep us from the beautiful life and delightful gifts God has given to married couples.