To confront spiritually means that we are characterized by love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
We need to remember that our hope comes from a never-changing, faithful God, rather than our ever-changing circumstances.
Understanding and counseling people biblically is a challenging and rewarding responsibility.
We should be known not just for our care, but also for our determination to help those around us in need of our care.
When we speak of God’s triunity, we aren’t being academically picky. We’re proclaiming the heart of the Christian faith.
This book can serve as a very helpful introduction to the theological foundation, principles, basic methodology, and starting point for biblical counseling.
In Christ, we can have a constant gladness and confident delight in God that results in satisfaction in Him in all circumstances.
We are more prone to identify our difficult circumstances than we are to identify the issues of our own heart.
Explore God’s relentless, loving pursuit of us through a look at three key elements of the life of faith: suffering, prayer, and service.
Counseling certification is not about obtaining a certificate to hang on your wall, but growing toward spiritual maturity and love so as to be more useful to our Lord and His church.
Remember your security in Christ and your future hope. Don’t let the disappointments in life derail your faith.
Infertility has been the means by which He has chosen to teach me more of who He is, to awaken His Word to me, and to change me—little by little—more into the image of His Son.