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Fort Gibson Christian Churche

About Jack
  • Education: Doctorate of Ministry
  • Experience: Jack is the founder of Psuche Education, Counseling & Coaching Services. He is a licensed counselor, certified life coach, and sexual addiction counselor. He has an extensive history of serving churches as intentional interim. As a counselor he has served primarily in residential facility for those struggling with addiction and mental health issues, serving as a clinical director, director of admissions and assessment, executive director, consultant, etc. In his doctoral dissertation/project he integrated spirituality, human development theories and psychotherapy. He has 30 plus years of professional experience from a broad range of experiences (i.e., workshop presenter, adjunct teaching, addiction and trauma specific counseling and training, administration, research, program development, institutional assessment and development, community service and leadership development, reentry/criminal justice, pastoral and chaplaincy, K-12 life coach for at risk students, etc.). He is currently compiling a book about his philosophy of counseling, including types of groups and presentations he utilizes in a residential setting for those struggling with co-occurring issues. Jack is also conducting a research project related to multigenerational trauma, to include the development of a strategy to address this issue.
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  • Josh's Journey Through Silence: Spirituality In The Making

    Contributed on Jan 4, 2021

    This is a narrative sermon that illustrates how people often struggle with spirituality due to life's situation. It follows this narrative for developing a sensitivity to those who struggle to find meaning on their spiritual journey.

    Following the pastoral prayer, the minister of music prepared to lead the people in a hymn of praise. As the pastor reflected upon the worship service and the sermon he was to preach his mind drifted to the text for his sermon. It was the first passage of scripture he had heard read from the more

  • Words Worth Dying For! "i Love You."

    Contributed on Jan 1, 2021

    This sermon focuses attention on the kind of relationship that God desire each of us to aspire to in order to enjoy genuine relationships. It uses the story of the friendship between Jonathan and David to illustrate the type relationship God blesses.

    Three simple words, words worth dying for! “I Love you.” Ernest T. Bass, a character from “The Andy Griffith Show” gives us a glimpse of a friendship moment: “Malcom, I ain’t gonna touch a hair on your head. You’re my friend, my true friend. I don’t care if you did take my job away from me and more

  • God Lying In A Manger

    Contributed on Dec 24, 2020

    This is a Christmas Eve homily that focuses on God's ultimate plan for humanity. The primary message is how God, in Jesus, share with us his true image. The challenge is for each of us to bear that image as he transforms us from the inside and lived out in the world.

    God lying in a manger! Celebrating Christmas should not be viewed as an event, we should view it from the perspective of a process. Christmas, as reflected in my Christmas series, Reliving Christmas, began with God. Our introduction to God is found in the creation story—God is eternal and existed more

  • Jesus: A Star Is Born

    Contributed on Nov 25, 2020

    The Star is born! The Grand Finale The Star and Stars of Christmas is a series of messages for Advent. Using the idea of a play on a stage. Each message will look at different characters in the Christmas story.

    Opening Song— This is a Strange Way to Save the World Special: O Holy Night Pastor • Welcome • Scripture reading The Birth of Jesus Luke 2 1-5 About that time Caesar Augustus ordered a census to be taken throughout the Empire. This was the first census when Quirinius more

  • Inspiration: Seeing Life Through God’s Eyes

    Contributed on Nov 25, 2020

    The Star and Stars of Christmas is a series of messages for Advent. Using the idea of a play on a stage. Each message will look at different characters in the Christmas story. The introduction takes a critical look at how many in our society are portrayed as celebrities—bigger than life.

    Cut! Cut! This story is missing something! The script is not going the way it was written. First, it was written with a God-given ability for all players in the script to always love the Lord, follow his precepts for godly living. Let’s review, the original script looked like this: • At first, more

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