In Psalm 131, David calls Israel to a renewed hope in God and models for them—and us—how to cultivate a life of “effectual confidence in God.”
If we are committed to the sufficiency of Scripture in biblical counseling, why would we define the nature and practice of our counseling by any standard outside of Scripture?
Three Principles to Keep in Mind for Ministering to Those in Crisis
When our counselees are in crisis, it can be hard to navigate the tricky waters that God is bringing us all through.
Helping people comprehend the sovereignty of God is one of the surest ways to offer people hope.
Change doesn’t happen in fuzzy land. Biblical counselors have a responsibility to interpret the Bible with specific application in mind.
We live in a world that instantly gratifies our needs. This is however contrary to the Christian privilege of waiting upon the Lord.
How do we apply this familiar text to our anxious hearts?
How do we biblically evaluate the secular counseling system that addresses trauma?
What is Trauma-Informed Care?
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The help given to women in ministry has a far-reaching impact because of the number of people who are under their care.
How can we use the book of Job in the counseling room?