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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.

Category: Twelve Days of Christmas

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December 27, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

On the Third Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the third day of Christmas comfort, I'm reminded of several case studies. Each one of these cases involved counseling someone who was either severely depressed or suicidal. In all of the cases...

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December 25, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

On the Second Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the second day of Christmas comfort, here are two encouraging quotes from Jerry Bridges book, Trusting God:  All people—believers as well as unbelievers—experience anxiety, frustration, heart...

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December 22, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

On the First Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the first day of Christmas comfort, we are reminded that we have one great savior, Jesus Christ. He is the reason for the season. Jesus is the one way of salvation.  Jesus said to him, “I am...

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December 21, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

Twelve Days of Christmas (Comfort)

I'm a little late in starting this, but I wanted to write a series of posts that deal with comfort for hurting people. Christmas is a time of year that is normally associated with happy times and...

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