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By Kimberlie Zakarian | October 27, 2010
What does it exactly mean to forgive? It is for the other person? Us? God? The Bible does tell us to forgive and likens it to the way God forgave us through Christ's sacrifice. "Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ, God forgave you" (Ephesians 4:31-32). Some people have been extremely injured in life. They may be stuck and unable to move on. When this happens, some seemingly caring Christian may tell them they need to forgive and move on, that lack of forgiviness is a sin. But what if someone is traumatized, wronged, or just plain hurt by another person they have forgiven, and they can't move on emotionally?
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By Ruth LongoriaValley Sun | December 19, 2008
Some died when they were only a day, or a month or two old. Others lived only into their 20s, or 30s or 40s. They were each someone’s baby, brother, sister, or grandchild. Now they are but a light in someone’s memory. During Sunday night’s Verdugo Hills Chapter of The Compassionate Friends’ Candle Light Remembrance at La Cañada Congregational Church on Foothill Boulevard, more than 100 grieving family members came to pay honor to lives taken away too soon, those referred to during the service as “angels who walked this earth for a short time.
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March 8, 2002
Marshall Allen GLENDALE -- Lutheran pastors will ask God to heal people who are suffering at a "Service of Prayer for Healing" on Wednesday. Prayers will be aimed at healing physical ailments and will address spiritual and emotional needs, too, said the Rev. John Hodde of Lutheran Health Ministries of the Foothills. Prayer could even be for healing from addictions or difficult relationships, Hodde said. Lutheran Health Ministries of the Foothills is a cooperative activity of five Lutheran churches in Glendale and La Canada Flintridge.
BUSINESS
June 5, 2009
Dennis Corby and Leela Silver of Lifessence.org are teaching local residents how to create a healing partnership with their mind and body through a personal nutrition and supplementation program. Located inside Anthony Chiropractic, 3935 Foothill Blvd. in La Crescenta, the pair share how heart disease, diabetes, prostate/breast cancer and obesity, which account for 75% of health care costs, are largely preventable and even reversible. They will demonstrate that by employing an integrative program of comprehensive lifestyle changes, 90% of all heart disease, for example, can be avoided.
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August 25, 2006
First Church of Christ, Scientist, La Cañada Flintridge, invites everyone to its Sunday services, at 10 a.m., which offer congregants a healing environment, anchored by a weekly Bible lesson-sermon, with excerpts from the pastor....the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures", by Mary Baker Eddy. This week's lesson, Christ Jesus, is one of 26 topics, repeated twice yearly. Each week's lesson explores spiritual ideas and the system of healing in Christian Science.
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By by KIMBERLIE ZAKARIAN | January 2, 2009
Since I have been working as a psychotherapist, I have noticed that many psychological theories and behavior modifications are in the Bible. Issues that bring individuals to seek out professional help are sprinkled throughout God?s Word. A simple fact in mental health is that the choices people make and the way they behave can alter some life problems. I want to be clear to note that definitely not all problems can be taken away by choices ? because some psychological issues need medication, and many individuals have deep wounds from childhood, or other stages of life, that need professional help.
FEATURES
May 15, 2009
Center for Spiritual Living — La Crescenta Healing Sounds Workshop May 17 Center for Spiritual Living — La Crescenta will host a Healing Sounds Workshop with the Gaia Mama duo of Florence and Kabala at 1 p.m. March 17. The duo will also perform at the Center’s 10 a.m. service. Gaia Mama is an Earth-connected, spirit-based duo invoking elements of joy, calm and peace in meditation music. Combining elements of sound healing, extended instrumental and vocal techniques, breath work and Universal Consciousness with Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, chimes and voice, the music of Gaia Mama brings an awareness to the present moment as one moves into a deep meditative state.
NEWS
February 9, 2007
Life Coach Libbe S. HaLevy , of Heartistry Communications is the next scheduled speaker for the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce's Network Breakfast scheduled for 7 a.m. on Thursday morning, March 1. She will be speaking on "Building Your Business by Intention, Not by Accident." Known as "The Crescenta Valley's Favorite Life Coach," HaLevy is a Certified Life Action Coach with an international clientele of writers, artists, entrepreneurs and businesspeople. In addition to her private practice, she is a Results Coach for SuccessTracs (Peak Potentials/T.
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By Kimberlie Zakarian | January 6, 2010
What is your New Year?s resolution? As I analyze mine, I think of pulling from different facets of life: the spiritual, the emotional and the physical. Interestingly, these three areas of our life integrate with one another. Each specific area helps the other to be stronger and healthier. Spiritual resolutions can include such things as getting involved in a ministry, having a regular devotional time, or simply getting involved in a church if one has been in limbo in this area.
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By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | July 27, 2013
More than 50 people hiked the Rosemont Preserve Saturday morning to learn about the plants used by the Chumash Indians who once inhabited the area. Leading them was James Adams, a La Crescenta resident who is an associate professor of pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences at USC and co-author of "Healing with Medicinal Plants of the West. " Adams' family traces back to 17th-century Virginia where they lived among the Native Americans, absorbing knowledge from traditional healers.
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By Brittany Levine, brittany.levine@latimes.com | April 24, 2013
The City Council members who faced criticism after they called on council candidate Zareh Sinanyan to account, in public, over accusations that he posted homophobic, anti-Muslim and other harsh comments online say they're ready to move on after he admitted to being the author of those comments last week. At the time, Sinanyan, who went on to win election, refused to say whether he had posted the comments to YouTube and other forums several years ago, and his supporters backed him by alleging that the comments had been trumped up to sink his campaign.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | November 15, 2012
After suffering a deep gash over his left eye in the ring Saturday night, Vanes “Nightmare” Martirosyan will be on the shelf for at least a couple of weeks. The much coveted world title shot the Glendale resident has had his eye on figures to be on ice for considerably longer. Saturday's World Boxing Council light middleweight title eliminator between Martirosyan, the No. 2 contender, and No. 1 Erislandy Lara at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas ended with an accidental head butt that led to a technical decision draw.
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By Gabriel Rizk | October 6, 2012
For the first half of the season the Glendale Community College football team's mantra has been improvement from week to week. There's certainly been progress, as the Vaqueros' two wins so far have already matched the team's win total of the previous two seasons combined, but it's on the heels of back-to-back losses that Glendale enters its bye week with a record of 2-3 and 0-2 in the Pacific Conference American Division. Still it's with a glass-half-full attitude that the Vaqueros are approaching the week in which they've had a chance to heal up while reflecting on the past five weeks and looking ahead to the home stretch of conference games, as even the team's losses have offered glimpses of things to build on. "We have felt that even though we had a two-game slide, we felt that those teams were the top two team in our conference," said Glendale Coach Rome, whose team has opened conference with losses to Antelope Valley and defending-champion Santa Monica by a combined 15 points.
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By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | July 11, 2012
An unveiling of the first faith-based sculpture at Glendale Adventist Medical Center drew dozens of hospital officials and clergy members Wednesday afternoon. Jesus Christ sits as the focus of the bronze sculpture titled “Come Unto Me.” “He set the example of health ministry that we have dedicated ourselves to,” said Kevin Roberts, president of the hospital. Designed by Victor Issa, a 57-year-old artist based in Loveland, Colo., the entire scene, with children, women and dogs, took him more than four years to craft.
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By Gary Huerta | August 22, 2011
Over the next few weeks I am going to spend an unnecessary amount of time preparing to go to court yet again in what feels like a never-ending, and for the most part, avoidable custody battle. The mere thought of returning to court for my biannual battle with the ex is time consuming, unproductive, expensive and rivaling the Crusades for the longest war known to man. But enough about me for the moment. Everyone has problems, right? I only bring up my own issues as a point of reference, the proverbial “sign post up ahead” as Rod Serling so famously said.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | March 26, 2011
GLENDALE — It most likely won't be an injury that keeps Ramses Barden from playing football in the NFL this season. The 2004 Flintridge Prep graduate, who was drafted in the third round by the New York Giants out of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2009, underwent a surgical procedure in late February to remove scar tissue from his left ankle, which was broken during a game on Nov. 14, but he is well on his way to a full recovery. "It's coming along, everything's on schedule," said Barden, who's been rehabbing the injury and undergoing physical therapy at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Center in Los Angeles.
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By Gary Huerta | November 9, 2010
I often use statistics as the launch pad for my opinions. So when I heard the following statistical data last week on Oprah, I knew I had to write about it. Her show was about men who were sexually abused. There were 200 men in the audience, all of whom were willing to admit they were molested as children. Statistical data indicates one out of every six men has been sexually abused. It's worth repeating. One out of every six men has been sexually abused. That one man could be your brother, your co-worker, or your boyfriend.
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By Kimberlie Zakarian | October 27, 2010
What does it exactly mean to forgive? It is for the other person? Us? God? The Bible does tell us to forgive and likens it to the way God forgave us through Christ's sacrifice. "Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ, God forgave you" (Ephesians 4:31-32). Some people have been extremely injured in life. They may be stuck and unable to move on. When this happens, some seemingly caring Christian may tell them they need to forgive and move on, that lack of forgiviness is a sin. But what if someone is traumatized, wronged, or just plain hurt by another person they have forgiven, and they can't move on emotionally?
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By Gary Huerta | October 26, 2010
Last weekend, the In Theory section of the paper asked whether miracles really take place at group healing revivals. Are people really cured? Or is the only real purpose of a revival to relieve people of their hard-earned money? I find it difficult to believe that a large-scale revival setting could be an appropriate environment for a successful healing session. I suppose it is possible, but based on my experiences with non-traditional healing, I doubt it. What I find odd about large-scale revivals is they seem wrapped around the notion that healing comes only to those willing to ask god for the forgiveness of one's sins.
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