Category: Pastor Richard Mollica

Victor Frankl was a psychiatrist who had written, what he thought would be his master work, when he was taken by Nazis to a concentration camp. He experienced the worst suffering and death that he could fathom. His wife, brother, mother, and father all died in the camps. He survived and got his freedom and […]
When we are still and listening for what God, our bodies, our thoughts, and our souls are trying to communicate to us we begin to heal. “Be still (or let go) and know that I am God” psalm 46:10 is a call to be present with God and ourselves in the moment. When we take […]
It goes without saying that what I am about to suggest doesn’t replace a psychiatrist, a therapist, or appropriately prescribed medication. Also anyone that is actively suicidal ought to engage with emergency services immediately. I would suggest though that those things require what I’m about to suggest to be truly effective over the longterm. Depression […]
The Bible can either be a transformative conversation between us and the infinite Spirit of God or a book that we read to reinforce our own ego, prejudices, politics, atheism, abuse, pathology, sports team, perspective on astroturf, etc. How can we have a genuine transformative experience as opposed to reinforcing what we already need to […]
How do we read the Bible? Does it contradict itself? Is like reading a magic 8 ball or a fortune cookie ???? To start off with there are a few things to understand about the Bible as we approach it. The bible is a library. There is poetry, narrative, proverbs, personal letters, parables, and symbolic […]
When we walk through life we are bombarded by voices and experiences that shape our understanding of everything. What if those voices are abusive? Manipulative? What if we formed our relationships and our self worth based on misinformation? The lies and wounding that we carry with us can limit our God given identity and cause […]
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