Craig D. Lounsbrough

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“Effective therapy is about a number of things: experience, expertise, a clear diagnosis, concise goals, and the knowledge and the tools to effectively navigate difficult life issues. It’s also about a possessing a genuine concern for the patient and their pain.”

Craig Lounsbrough strives to bring an effective blend of experience, expertise, clarity, concern and action to the counseling process in order to maximize outcomes and provide genuine healing and wholeness to individuals, marriages and families.
Craig earned an Associate of Science Degree from Hocking Technical College, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion with an emphasis in Christian Education from Azusa Pacific University, and a Master of Divinity degree in Family Pastoral Care a
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Thankful for the Possibility of Possibilities – Flying with the Geese

As a kid, I remember the geese.  Living along the Atlantic flyway, we had front row seats to nature on a grand quest.  Nature’s dazzling palette had liberally painted the forests in burning reds, sizzling oranges and electric yellows as if nature had unleashed the whole of its artistic abilities in some massive brushstroke.  Cascading off every horizon, the landscape was swept up in a tidal wave o

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“It is my hope that despite the gravity of the trials, we will never forget that the privilege to live life always offsets the difficulties involved in the living of it. This is the essence of thanksgiving.”
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“To read and to not have been changed in the reading is to have picked up a book without it ever having picked you up.”
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“Sometimes answering the question of where we’re at in life is best approached by asking where we’re not, because there’s a good chance that that’s where we had original intended to be.”
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“The most critical time in any battle is not when I’m fatigued, it’s when I no longer care.”
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“Any new beginning is forged from the shards of the past, not from the abandonment of the past.”
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“Starting over is an acceptance of a past we can’t change, an unrelenting conviction that the future can be different, and the stubborn wisdom to use the past to make the future what the past was not.”
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“Starting over is an acceptance of a past we can’t change, an unrelenting conviction that the future can be different, and the stubborn wisdom to use the past to make the future what the past was not.”
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“The ‘night before Christmas’ was in reality the last night before a forever morning.”
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“Any new beginning is forged from the shards of the past, not from the abandonment of the past.”
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“God’s decision to reach out in such dramatic fashion as to lay all rightful privilege aside and be born into abject destitution tells us that His passion for us exceeds our desire for Him. And maybe we should commit to evening that up a bit.”
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“The most critical time in any battle is not when I’m fatigued, it’s when I no longer care.”
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