The Journal of Christian Healing, 2012-1 Spring Summer

Volume 28, #1

Articles
Marital Spirituality: Living the Trinity, A Framework for Integrating Relationship Enhancement
With Spiritual Growth in Marital Interventions.
By Kenneth M. Flanagan, PhD and Kim Flanagan, BS

Religious Involvement, Spiritual Transcendence, and Disability Acceptance in
Individuals with Neuromuscular Disorders.
By Jessica Rupp Evans, MA, Pamela Pressley Abraham, PsyD,
Marie McGrath, PhD and Jeannine O’Kane, IHM, PhD

Strengthening the Spirit and Restoring the Soul: Identifying, Understanding and Healing the Blocks with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
By Margaret Nagib, PsyD and Kara Miller, BA, MA

Conducting Psychoeducational Groups to Enhance Social, Emotional, Cognitive and
Spiritual Skills of Clients to Promote Resiliency and Inner Healing.
By Rosemary Thompson, EdD, LPC, NCC, NCSC, CRS, DAPA and Elizabeth Linstead, Graduate Student

Clergy’s Response to Religious Service Opportunities of Individuals with
Intellectual Developmental Disabilities.
By Maria Cuddy-Casey, PhD, Reneé Richey, AA, BS, Rachel Hallinan and Stewart Shear, PhD

Great Is Thy Faithfulness: A Healing Journey through the Book of Lamentations.
By Dominica Rafferty, MS, NCC

How Bandura’s Modeling Theory Compares to Paul’s “Follow Me as I Follow Christ”
By 2LT Ryan S. Calhoun, MA, Ryan J. Adams, MA and R. LaVerne Washington, MA.

Gnosticism, Reductionism, and the Christian Theological Implications for Holistic Counseling
By Dominick M. Hankle, PhD

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