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We want to keep counseling matters confidential, but there are certain issues where the Bible makes clear that we cannot hold absolute confidentiality.
If it had not been for the writings and teaching of Dr. Jay Adams, I don’t believe I would be in ministry today.
How should biblical counseling ministries consider confidentiality?
What can you do when you start despairing, when hope seems so elusive?
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What do we mean by the term “psychologized counselees” and how do we minister to them well?
Without a doubt you find that God commands us to do difficult things, regardless of the circumstances.
The debates concerning the sufficiency of Scripture and biblical counseling bring up a good question. “When you ‘biblical counselors’ talk about sufficiency it sounds more […]
In a recent post, Dr. David Murray asks the question, “Do we need more than the Bible for biblical counseling?” The emphasis of that statement […]
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Dr. Heath Lambert: I am excited to announce that the 2018 Annual Conference for the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors is going to be on […]
A Necessary Ingredient for Sexual Purity
Scripture makes it clear that sexual impurity grows in the soil of ingratitude.