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Your Dunamas Life

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Your Dunamas Life is a production of Dunamas Center Ministries for Marriage, Birthing, and Family Studies in Colorado Springs, CO. The roundtable format of this show features Dr. Pauline Dillard and Catherine Pearson of the Dunamas Center Ministries. Interesting and engaging discussions surrounding timely and controversial topics regarding marriage, birthing, mental and physical health from a Christ-centered point of view. Our goal is to challenge and provoke you to walk out a life of faith rather than fear. Do you dare?! Please feel free to email questions to us, and we will do our best to answer them when we pretape the shows.

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Communion is a VERY important of a Christian's life. Listen this week as Dr Pauline & Catherine discuss the real meaning behind the bread & wine of communion. It is symbolic of Jesus' body and blood, but it also unites us with Jesus in His death and resurrection in a very personal way. When Jesus died on the cross, He was thinking about you and me. When we engage in communion, we are remembering Jesus' personal sacrifice for US. Communion is about uniting with the Creator of the universe and spending time with Him personally. What's greater than that? Dr Pauline & Catherine have some great insights to share this week. Listen with the whole family. As always, we welcome your comments and questions through Facebook (Dunamas Center Ministries), and Twitter (@YourDunamasLife). ANNOUNCEMENTS: Watch for Dr Pauline's new book, "Won't Somebody Please Hear Me? Healing from Birth Traumatomology Syndrome"...Coming soon! Watch for our brand new website www.dunamascenter.com coming later this year! We're always working to improve your experience at our website.
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The heart of Communion is the body and blood of Jesus. As a Christian, Communion is a very special time that we get to spend with Jesus reflecting on and thanking Him and His sacrifice on our behalf to give us eternal life. With... more

There are a lot of things that can damage your baby in the womb. Smoking, drinking, being in a car accident, etc. These are all obvious things we know to avoid. One thing has been overlooked by millions of people, yet has the potential... more

What happened to marriage in the United States? In the 1950s, people (for the most part) got married, and stayed married. Then the 60s came - the "ME" generation. The focus shifted from our family's needs coming first to MY needs... more

Join Dr Pauline & Catherine this week as they discuss one of the debated "disorders" in the medical community. ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), and the doctor that coined the phrase "ADHD", Leon Eisenberg. It... more

In the United States of America, we enjoy a lot of freedoms that other countries don't. We have a Constitution that was written to articulate these rights. Is it really a big deal if those rights - for instance, the 1st ammendment,... more

"Love your neighbor as yourself" is a phrase that is in the Bible a LOT. It's in there a lot because it's extremely important. Did you know that the verses that talk about that concept can (and should) be applied to your closest neighbor... more

We had a wonderful open house on June 4th with wonderful speakers, lots of friends, and amazing food! Thank you to Salt of the Earth Catering, Dallas & Shelly Shepard, Cheryl Townsley, Beth Weatherford, and all the... more

Father's Day is coming up! Listen this week as Dr Pauline, Catherine, and Sharon talk about their experiences growing up with different types of dads. Everyone has a dad - good, bad, and everything in between - and that dad helped shape... more

This week, Cheryl Townsley joins Dr Pauline & Catherine again for an insightful look at how our brain works in regard to our emotions and how fear, anger, and other negative emotions cause stress to our physical body. Cheryl will also talk... more

ALL choices have consequences. Sometimes they're good, and sometimes they're...not so good. But every choice has a consequence. It seems like, in this day and age, that the more choices we have, the less we expect the... more
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