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Jeremy Menicucci's Blog

Welcome to the Nouthetic Apologetics and Counseling blog. We consider our posts a primary means of ministry for Nacmin. These posts are written by Jeremy Menicucci and his wife, Charissa Menicucci.

Our primary goal is to provide encouraging and helpful blog posts related to Christian Counseling and Christian Apologetics that can help you. We aim to provide resources for Christian counseling as well as to receive counseling. We also aim to provide posts that help in defending the faith.

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September 22, 2022 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From CCEF: Be Angry and Do Not Sin

The following article is a commentary on the Biblical passage Ephesians 4:26-27 and how it applies to anger. The author begins by stating that the passage makes room for anger that is not sin, but tha...

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September 8, 2022 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From CCEF: Then Comes the Breaking

The author describes the grief process and how it can be set off by seemingly small things. They talk about how, even when you think you've moved on, something can happen to trigger the pain again. Th...

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August 25, 2022 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From CCEF: Life in the Blood

Jews in the time of Jesus were expected to follow many different dietary laws. One such law was that Jewish people were not allowed to drink blood. So when Jesus said that his followers must eat his f...

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June 30, 2022 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From CCEF: Community: A Struggle to Fit

Many people in the church feel like they are excluded or don't fit in. This is because people tend to gravitate towards others who are similar to them in life stage, political preference, etc. However...

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