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Dr. Jessica Johnson: Value of religion in therapy

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In concluding with Part 2 from last week’s column, “Recognizing mental health’s value in church,” I want to share some final essential and helpful points that I received from this Bible study series taught by my pastor, Overseer S.D. Carter.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Recognizing mental health’s value in church

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Towards the end of May, my pastor, Overseer S.D. Carter, began a mental health series for our church, Vision of Breath with Life Ministries in Columbus. The series has extended into June and has a similar theme to last month’s National Alliance on Mental Illness’ “Take the Moment” campaign, which focused on support for family caregivers and mental health providers.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Tough times for modern missionaries

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I cannot imagine the immense depth of grief and pain the families of Davy and Natalie Lloyd are bearing right now as the remains of this young missionary couple were recently flown back to the US from Haiti.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Civil rights icon Lawson showed passion, humility

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Longtime Houston civil rights activist Reverend William “Bill” Lawson passed away this month at the age of 95.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Leaning in to AI in class

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When the 2024 spring semester ended earlier this month, I found myself thinking more about how technology is changing college classrooms.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Mom’s different blessing

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Mother’s Day this year is extra special because for the first time in over two decades, I am spending it with my mom in person.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Light of prayer

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”For thou art my lamp, O LORD: and the LORD will lighten my darkness. For by thee I have run through a troop: by my God have I leaped over a wall. As for God, his way is perfect; the word of the LORD is tried: he is a buckler to all them that trust in him.” - 2 Samuel 22:29-31

Dr. Jessica Johnson: New era in college sports

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When the Supreme Court ruled in favor of college athletes being compensated nearly three years ago, the era of name, image and likeness (NIL) began. Even though schools would have to revamp their fundraising and recruiting efforts for their athletic departments and teams, the longtime pay-for-play debate was settled.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Gen Z looks for happiness

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The 2024 World Happiness Report, which is a collaboration with Gallup, the Oxford Well-being Research Centre, the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and its Editorial Board, found that young Americans under 30 are much more displeased with their lives than adults over 60.

Dr. Jessica Johnson: Reminder of God’s handiwork

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As excitement was building up for the solar eclipse in Ohio the past two weeks, I saw an electric sign that piqued my interest while commuting to work in Lima. The sign was placed on a corner in Huntsville, a village that I pass through with a small population of just over 400.