Posted on Tuesday, November 26, 2013
in Relational, Reviews, Spiritual, Values
If I see a movie in a theater, I almost never pay full price. Last night was different. Last night was special. We saw the Day of the Doctor.
I started watching the BBC program Doctor Who during the 1970s. I sat with a couple of friends more than thirty years ago watching my first Doctor Who episodes.
Last night I sat with those same old friends watching another “old friend.”
The Doctor traveled in his TARDIS. He used his favorite tool the Sonic Screwdriver. He faced his adversaries the Daleks and their fearsome threat, “Ex-ter-min-ate.” And as the audience expected, The Doctor saved the day with morality, wisdom and cleverness.
Posted on Wednesday, December 26, 2012
in Emotional, How To, Relational, Reviews, Spiritual, Values
“Sometimes, all we need is a reminder from someone who has walked before us.”
José Navajo was a young burned-out preacher. While spending Mondays with his old retired pastor Jose found his faith reignited.
This began a weekly spiritual direction and mentoring relationship that last for years.
When the old pastor had passed away he left a treasure chest of wisdom behind for José.
“When you read this I will no longer be here. I mean, I will not be at your side, although the reality is that I will be there in the fullest sense of the word: I will have finished my race, and I will be enjoying the long-awaited reward of gazing at my Lord face-to-face.”
Posted on Sunday, September 23, 2012
in Emotional, Relational, Social, Values
Why Come To TreeHouse?
You’ll learn you’re not alone in dealing with any issue.
You’ll learn how to support someone else in need.
You’ll realize you’re lovable, capable and worthwhile.
At TreeHouse you will always be listened to and what you say matters to others.
Mentoring at TreeHouse Makes Life Better
Decrease at-risk behavior – 98% reduce at least one at-risk behavior
Build healthy relationships with God, self & others – 81% choose to
Graduate High School – 24% more likely to graduate than their peers
Pursue an educational or vocational track for their future – 93% choose to
Posted on Sunday, July 22, 2012
In 1990 Jungian psychologist Robert Moore and co-author Douglas Gillette wrote King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine.
Moore and Gillette referred to four blueprints, in Stu Weber’s Tender Warrior: Every Man’s Purpose, Every Woman’s Dream, Every Child’s Hope he calls them fingerprints.
All the authors argue that in order to become a complete man, a man must be intentional in his efforts to develop in all four areas of his life.
Weber’s blueprints are: