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Jim Newheiser

is the Director of the Christian Counseling Program and Associate Professor of Christian Counseling and Practical Theology at RTS Charlotte. Dr. Newheiser serves as both a Board Member and Fellow for ACBC.

How Thick Is Your Bible?

The counselor must be able to offer answers from God’s Word, which means that he or she must know the Scriptures very well.

May 4, 2022

Wise Speech From Proverbs

Truth In Love 344

How we speak is revealing. It says something about who we are. Are we saying things consistent with God’s character or are we not?

Jan 3, 2022

Genesis 39: Responding to Sexual harassment

Can the Victim also be a Violator?

Nov 12, 2021

The Abuse Pendulum (Part 3)

Weaponizing Scripture and Weaponizing Victimhood (Eph. 6:17)

Nov 10, 2021

The Abuse Pendulum (Part 2)

Dr. Jim Newheiser continues to evaluate common statements you hear about ministering to those who’ve experienced domestic abuse.

Nov 5, 2021

The Abuse Pendulum (Part 1)

This is part of a series of four blogs about domestic abuse by Dr. Jim Newheiser.

Nov 3, 2021

Talk to Me, Don’t Text Me

To confront spiritually means that we are characterized by love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

May 7, 2021

Confronting Misunderstandings About Money

Confront common money misconceptions with the truth of God’s Word.

Mar 11, 2021

A Kind Critique of the Five Love Languages

Truth in Love 292

God intended marriage for us to walk together in faithful love, which means self-sacrificing on a consistent basis to reflect the character of God.

Jan 4, 2021

George Scipione

A Tribute

“I remember Skip as the ‘Gatekeeper’ of ACBC.”

Strategies for Fighting Depression Well

All of God’s promises and exhortations that apply to suffering apply to depression as well.

Oct 1, 2019

Ministering to Families after Suicide

Truth in Love 191

Christ knows, He cares, and He helps.

Feb 7, 2019