Christianity, crucifixion, Gospel, Grief, Inspiration

Remembering My Vision of the Crucifixion

Thursday, October 20,  2011  Voices of the Apostles Heidi Baker led the evening session.  From the moment she came into the room I felt the anointing she carried. She laid down on the carpet and waited for the presence. We waited with her. I was sitting in my seat and began to feel a deep… Continue reading Remembering My Vision of the Crucifixion

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Boys At Risk

 01, 2019 By Betsy Stalcup, founder and executive director of Healing Center International I find the work of Allan N. Schore, M.D. riveting, both because he is brilliant but also because he pulls together a vast quantity of scientific literature from a wide range of fields to come up with his conclusions. This is a… Continue reading Boys At Risk

Addiction, Advice, attachment, babies, Child Rearing, Children, Christianity, Family News, Life Model, Parenting, relationship skills, Uncategorized

Attachment 101

By Betsy Stalcup, founder and executive director of Healing Center International God made us to attach to him and to others. Isn’t that amazing? If we don’t learn how to attach to God, how to trust in his love, care and provision the world can be an anxious place. If we don’t learn to attach… Continue reading Attachment 101

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The Social Needs of Babies

By Betsy Stalcup, founder and executive director of Healing Center International What? you may be thinking. Is Betsy going to tell us that babies like to party and need a Facebook page? No. Not that. But they are social. Get this: according to Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D. babies begin seeking social interaction when they are only ten seconds… Continue reading The Social Needs of Babies

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What Babies Need

By Betsy Stalcup, founder and executive director of Healing Center International Babies need parents who delight in them, understand the stages of child development, and are fully mature. Let me unpack this a bit. When we are glad to be with our children, when we delight in them the way God delights in us, it… Continue reading What Babies Need

Child Rearing, Children, Facing Life's Losses, Grief, Jack Pearson, Parenting, relationship skills, This Is Us, Uncategorized

It Is All About Grief

As I’ve been watching This Is Us, this thought keeps going through my head: It’s all about grief. The writer, Don Fogelman, has even been quoted as saying that he is surprised by how many people cry when they watch the show. From the very beginning, he would show the pilot to people and turn… Continue reading It Is All About Grief