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PTSD, Memories, and Biblical Counseling

Traumatic events including war, active shooter incidents, stabbings, bombings, hijackings, natural disasters, and violent crime happen all too frequently. They affect not only military personnel and first responders, but also innocent bystanders, students, church members, and employees. Anyone can be impacted by a traumatic event. They are not predictable and...

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Statement on Licensure

As state governments continue to encroach upon the religious liberties of individuals and groups, ACBC recognizes that this is particularly noticeable within the discipline and practice of counseling. As Christians, we affirm that it is inconsistent to withhold biblical morality and mandates in counseling and soul care, in deference to...

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Faithfully Protestant – Heath Lambert

This post is a live transcript and recording of Heath Lambert's plenary session entitled "Faithfully Protestant: Biblical Counseling and the Reformation" at the 2017 ACBC Faithfully Protestant Conference. This is an editable post with revisions still being made to the live blog.   Faithfully Protestant: Biblical Counseling and the Reformation           10.2.17  (Galatians 2:11-21)   Faithfully protestant:...

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Oil and Water: The Impossible Relationship between Evangelicalism and Reparative Therapy

PDF Version for Printing Introduction Reparative therapy is a counseling approach developed by secular psychologists to help people turn away from their struggles with homosexuality. It is a therapy that evangelicals must consider for at least two reasons.  First, few issues today have occupied a place in our cultural consciousness as large as...

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