As biblical counselors, we need to be careful to listen well and gather all the relevant information before we engage in counseling someone.
God’s past faithfulness brings a rock-solid assurance of His present goodness.
How is it possible to serve when you are suffering? How could Christ serve in the presence of suffering, and how could He command us to do the same?
The book walks through seventeen case studies of counselees facing issues common among women.
As biblical counselors, we must remind our counselees that God is equally present during all their actions, both righteous and unrighteous.
Hearing and obeying God’s Word provides incredible blessings for the one who does so.
Misguided hope comes when we believe that our experiences supersede a need to rely on the sufficiency of Scripture.
Dr. Jay Adams remains Gospel-centered, God-exalting, and emphasizes the Spirit’s power as he endeavors to answer the question, “How can we help people change?”
The way to escape from temptation in the midst of profound suffering and trials is to endure through it by trusting in God’s faithfulness and provision.
Heath Lambert builds a theological framework for counseling, piece by piece, to show that the very foundation for counseling is indeed theological in nature.
A Study of Numbers 16
This chapter holds several important implications for our lives that we can bring to bear in our ministry to others.
Avoiding the Things that Trip us Up
Meditation on the Scripture should lead us to worship God. He is the ultimate reason for memorizing the Word.