EVOLVE: Transformative Biblical Counseling Center
Evolve, Transform, Be Who God Meant You To Be!
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Evolve SoulCare Monthly Momentum for JULY 2021
Relax, Relate, & Release
Matthew 11:28- “Come to me, all you who are weary and heavy burdened, and I will give you rest.”
It is so exciting for the children to see another school year end and all the great possibilities that the Summer may bring begin! I am sure that your child(ren)returning to the building and/or being a remote learner(s) had some challenges.
Now that June is over let us take a few minutes to EXHALE! I must say that again, EXHALE!
We are now living with some changes to our normal. Many refer to this way of life as the
“New Normal.” When we focus on the pandemic and the lives lost or affected by CoVid-19, we may find ourselves overwhelmed, however, turning to the holy word and creating a special place and time to meditate, pray, worship, and relax is a wonderful way to reset!
We must take time to reset, regroup and retreat with the people we love and who love us. The pandemic taught a valuable lesson, that making time to spend with family, friends, and self, produce precious moments and memories.
Take some time to release negative energy and negative people from your life. If parenting is overwhelming seek help through community resources to ensure you and your children are safe, happy, and healthy. Spend intentional quality time with your children. Incorporate reading God’s word together and if/when possible, invite their friends to join.
Take time out for yourself. You cannot give your best if you have no rest!
If you or someone you know is feeling overwhelmed, an Evolve SoulCare member is available to talk. Call 931-905-2200 or email [email protected] Visit our website at www.evolvetbcc.com.
Call 911 for immediate help
National Suicide Prevention Line- 1-800-273-8255
Veterans Crisis Line- 1-800-273-8255 option #1
|Posted on March 18, 2021 at 5:10 PM||comments ()|
Joshua 1:9- “BE STRONG AND COURAGEOUS. DO NOT BE AFRAID; DO NOT BE DISCOURAGED, FOR THE LORD YOUR GOD WILL BE WITH YOU WHEREVER YOU GO.”
Behind the scenes of every great accomplishment and victory in history, there is a woman. March is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women in history. As women, it is important to maintain strong mental health because we are often the backbone of our families, careers, and our community’s accomplishments.
Women with strong mental health qualities, carry characteristics of being confident, productive, optimistic, go-getter, fear tackler, caring, not afraid to stand up for beliefs, proud, not phased by what others say, and are true to self.
Confidence helps us to not compare ourselves to others. A confident woman knows and accepts who she is.
Mentally strong women are always looking for the next task to tackle. Accomplishments contribute to strong mental health. It is also important to listen to your body and know when to rest.
Being open minded and positive impacts our mood. Having an optimistic outlook allows your mindset to grow.
Working towards our dreams and goals, means allowing our creativity to flow, turning our thoughts into reality.
Being patient during trials and tribulations is an attribute of being strong mentally and relying on God and recognizing that He is in control.
Kindness and caring for others, helps us to feel good about ourselves, while bringing out the best in us.
Mentally strong women stand up and speak up! Advocating for morals and values that you believe in takes courage and confidence.
Being proud of yourself and your accomplishments deserves to be displayed.
Mentally strong women overcome negativity and are not defined by other people’s thoughts or opinions.
Being comfortable in your own skin is a sign of strength and oneness with self. Mentally strong women are true to who they are. Flaws and all.
Mental strength has nothing to do with popularity or money and all to do with self-care. It is not always easy to be mentally strong. We must learn what works and what does not work for our mental peace and help another sister along the way.
If you or someone you know is struggling facing life challenges an Evolve Soulcare member is available to talk. Call 931-905-2200 or email [email protected]
|Posted on January 13, 2021 at 12:55 AM||comments ()|
Be Made New Again!
We are all happy to see 2020 behind us and look forward to the promise of 2021. Each new year, we offer declarations and resolutions to make some changes in our lives. We consider getting a new body through exercise, right eating, or maybe we declare that we will let go of bad habits, bad relationships and bad behavior. We’re all hoping for a better, brighter, healthier, happier year.
The truth is that we as Christian believers were made new when we accepted Christ as our Lord and Savior. The bible says in 2 Corinthians 5:17, that if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things are passed away; behold all things are new.
Not only were we made brand new then, we can become new again, transformed anytime by the renewing of our minds. Romans 12:2 tells us to “be not conformed to this world; but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind…”
So as we move into a new year, and make our declarations and resolutions, let them be girded by the truth and process of God.
1. Renew your mind with the water of the Word. Take on God’s thoughts toward and about you, rather than what the world says about you. Practice looking at yourself in the mirror and hear God’s Word that says ‘you are fearfully and wonderfully made”. (Psalm 139:14)
2. Think about things that are positive, that are inspiring, that are uplifting . (Philippians 4:8)
3. Take a nature walk. Elevate your faith by seeing all that God has created. Will he not do more for you than the birds of the air? ( Matthew 6:26-34)
4. Breathe! The Lord will put breath in you and make you live again (Ezekiel 37.5)
If you or someone you know is in need of support, an EVolve SoulCare member is available. Call 931-905-2200 to schedule a FREE talk session.
|Posted on September 24, 2020 at 3:15 PM||comments ()|
We greet each of you in the mighty name of Jesus!
The Spirit & Mind Virtual Conference will broadcast on Christ The Healer Church Youtube Page, beginning this Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 9am. We invite youto tune in as we discuss current topics and share tools and resources on how to survive spiritually and mentally in this "new normal".
Please find the link below:
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Registration is FREE! Join us, register today!
|Posted on August 4, 2020 at 4:50 PM||comments ()|
EVOLVE Monthly Momentum
Overcoming Divorce or Separation
C. & J. Love, MSM
Romans 8:28 “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.”
We are writing these words because we desire to provide help, hope, and healing to those that are dealing with divorce or separation. For most people, going through a divorce or a separation is a terrible ordeal. Sometimes the process can be so painful. It can seem as if there can be no end to this suffering. But we are here to tell you that brighter days are ahead, just go through the process.
Help. Nobody goes into a marriage or a relationship expecting it to end in shambles. But, once we find ourselves here, we have a decision to make. We are encouraging you to act. Take control of your future. We implore you to not let this incident define who you are; remember, there are so many more layers to you. How do I find the help that I need?
Find a safe place to talk.
Connect with a trustworthy person or group (i.e. pastor, a professional counselor, a trusted friend, or a mentor)
Hope. There is hope for the future. It may not seem like it right now, but things will get better. We must be willing to go through the process. But first we must:
Change the “record” playing in our head that tells us that all is lost, despair is imminent, and our efforts are futile.
Change the narrative to say, “I will come out of this situation a better person.”
Proven principle: first I say it and then I do it.
The Bible declares in the Mark 11:24, you shall have what you say. Therefore, we believe that if you can verbalize the change then you can execute the change.
Healing. Once we identify a safe place to talk, verbalize any changes that need to take place, then the healing can begin. When something unexpected happens in our life, we all have the same question (why) and we are all looking for the answer to our question. Sometimes we find the answer, but sometimes we do not. Do not let this “bump in the road” stop our healing.
Lastly, we realize that the road towards help, hope and healing is not easy, “…but with God, all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26b).
For more information please call 931-905-2200.
Website: [email protected]
FREE Talk Sessions available. An Evolve team member is available to help!
|Posted on July 28, 2020 at 3:00 PM||comments ()|
July is Minority Mental Health Month
Psalm 27:1 The LORD is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid? 1 Peter 5:6-7 Humble yourselves, therefore, under God's mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.
Since 2008, July has been designated as National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. However, presently the name is Black Indigenous people and people of color.(BIPOC).
There is a lot going on as we are in the middle of a global pandemic, Black Lives Matter Movement
mental illness is at an all time high.
It is important to monitor your behaviors and emotions to be aware of known and unknown triggers that may need to be addressed by a professional.
To ensure you do not spend a lot of your day overwhelming yourself or your family with the news updates be intentional about limiting yourself.
Start your day with meditation, a nice book or calming music. Try to enjoy a relaxing walk, yoga or a workout video. These activities can be done alone or with the family. To ensure that you incorporate a workout plan or an activity that moves your body to refrain from eating and snacking more, because emotional eating and being in the house with so many restrictions may/will interrupt your sleeping routine as well as your eating schedule.
You and your family should create and implement a daily schedule.that encourages positive activities and some physical movements.
If you or someone you know needs help maintaining healthy habits, an Evolve team member is available to help.
Please call 931.905.2200
Email- [email protected]
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