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On the Side - July 2018

On the Side | March 18, 2019

The Struggle Of Comparison
by Carol Mason Shrader

The Future Today

Dental Blog | Steve Cartin, MDiv | March 18, 2019

All of us entertain questions about the future. About our lives. About our practices. Where will I be in five years? Where will my practice be? Should I invest in a cone beam at this time? When will I be able to identify the right associate for my practice? These are all excellent questions.

Trusting Jesus

Dental Blog | Krystal Mattox | March 18, 2019

When I was in school, a teacher encouraged us to identify a life verse—a passage of Scripture we could stand on no matter what peaks or valleys we experienced in life. I don’t recall my exact age at that time, but I chose Proverbs 3:5-6: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths” (NKJV). This has been my anchor verse and I have had to put it into practice several times over this last year in both my personal and academic life.

On the Side - May 2018

On the Side | March 18, 2019

If Life is a Race, Why am I Pushing a Stroller?

by Sharon Chatwell

Financial Arrangements: Who is My Neighbor?

Dental Blog | Steve Cartin, MDiv | March 18, 2019

Faith and money. Suggesting principles for integrating the two can be both challenging and easily misunderstood. When it comes to one’s personal approach to these matters, devout and studious believers are all over the map as to what the Bible teaches. However, we can all agree, “For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, for which some have strayed from the faith in their greediness, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows” (1 Timothy 6:10, NKJV).

On the Side - April 2018

On the Side | March 18, 2019

The Right Choice

by Carol Mason Shrader

Let’s Celebrate Church Networking

Dental Blog | David Campbell, DDS | March 18, 2019

Let's celebrate networking. As a young Christian, I yearned for a community of Christian professionals. The Lord had provided Christian fellowship within the dental school. We encouraged each other with prayers and took turns on mission endeavors. There was easy access to meeting times and meeting rooms. CMDA was active and supportive. Yet, this fellowship was sheltered from non-professional challenges. We all have different comfort zones with grace and tact, but here are a few observations that may benefit those who feel awkward in their transition out of the professional schools and begin their community practices.

Read the Word

Dental Blog | David Ward, PhD | March 18, 2019

Before I started dental school, my commute to New Orleans for graduate school increased by 45 minutes up to 1.5 hours one way. While continuing to make this long commute during dental school every morning, I typically listen to some variation of the following: podcasts by Ravi Zacharias (or members of his team), sermons, books by C.S. Lewis or other Christian authors, an audio Bible, worship music or apologetic debates (I love apologetics). My long commute has always been a great time of fellowship with the Lord. However, last semester a lingering issue began. Listening to those Christ-centered resources left me with a rapidly growing level of discontent. As God revealed, the problem was a neglected desire to read my Bible. Therefore, for this blog post, that is the message: we need to read God’s Word.

The Unforgiveable Sin

Psychiatry Section Blog | Brian Briscoe | March 18, 2019

A few weeks ago I was doing weekend rounds in a psychiatric hospital in rural Kentucky, and met with a 53 year old male patient struggling with severe treatment resistant depression. The gentleman was struggling with what appeared to be delusional guilt over the belief that he had committed 'the unforgiveable sin' of blaspheming the Holy Spirit 14 years ago.

The Fifth Gospel

Dental Blog | John Van der Werff, DDS | March 18, 2019

Our behavior represents Jesus. Why not be as consistent as possible to live the life that God wants us to live? After all, it is for our benefit.

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