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Written by Pamela K. Orgeron, M.A., Ed.S., BCCC, ACLC, Author ABC’s Ministries has a new mission statement…“Advancing Biblical Causes”. Expect changes in the website to follow. Why the change? ABC’s Ministries first began fall 2003 as a sole proprietorship with the publication of my first book entitled The ABC’s of Life for Children and Adults:… Continue reading ABC’s Ministries Adopts New Mission Statement
Written by Pamela K. Orgeron, M.A., Ed.S., BCCC, ACLC Many of the followers of ABC's Ministries will remember the article When Children Go Unheard that I wrote last year. In that article, I expressed my plans to write a book about children in America who have no voice, including abused, neglected, and foster children, in… Continue reading Why Didn’t They Hear Us? Coming This Fall!
Written by Pamela K. Orgeron, M.A., Ed.S., BCCC, ACLC, Author Are you struggling with food issues, either over or undereating? Or do you simply want to get healthier in the new year? If so, then perhaps the new online support group at Facebook Food as an Idol: A Christian Approach to Healthy Weight Loss &… Continue reading ABC’s Ministries Launches New Online Support Group for Disordered Eating and Achieving Optimum Health & Wellness
Merry Christmas to all the followers of ABC’s Ministries. Happy New Year too!
By Milton J. and Pamela K. Orgeron, M.A., Ed.S., BCCC, ACLC, Author
Christmas…the day set aside to celebrate the birth of the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ for many individuals is a favorite time of the year. However, a lot of chatter can be found on the Internet and other places criticizing those who celebrate the birth of Christ because of how commercialized the holiday has become and of how other groups have applied different meanings to the same symbols (e.g.: See the article entitled, Should a Christian Celebrate Christmas). What many of these critics probably do not realize is that many of the traditions associated with Christmas have Christian symbolism. According to Barnett (2006), among them are:
- Evergreen Trees were the symbol of eternal life. Martin Luther introduced them to the Reformation Church as a picture of our endless life in Christ, by bringing in a tree to…
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Happy Thanksgiving, 2019, from The Orgerons!
Written by Pamela K. Orgeron, M.A., Ed.S., BCCC, ACLC, Author
Psalm 106:1 (NKJV) —“Praise the Lord! Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever.
1 Thessalonians 5:18 (NKJV) —“18 in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.”
What do you think about when you hear the word “thanksgiving”? Do you think about eating turkey and all the trimmings? Watching ballgames? Parades? Or do you think about the Thanksgiving holiday being a prelude to Christmas? Or merely a time to gather with family and friends? For most Americans all these events are a part of the Thanksgiving holiday. However, is that the real meaning behind the word “thanksgiving”?
What does the word “thanksgiving” mean? I would define thanksgiving as the act or expression of showing gratitude for one’s “blessings” in life. Though the American holiday Thanksgiving did not become a federal…
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