A Blueprint for Biblical Counseling
We pursue obedience to Christ for the sake of God’s glory.
To be able to counsel well, we must understand who our God is and what He is saying.
Some people are more interested in avoiding conflict than resolving it.
As ministers of reconciliation, may we call others to Christ and put no stumbling blocks in their paths.
Changing your thinking results in changing your emotions.
Trust and Obey
Our responsibility is simple—trust and obey. God handles the rest.
None of us can begin to counsel without a dependence on the Lord.
Marriage is permanent, sacred, intimate, mutual, and exclusive.
New counselors, don’t be discouraged with the lessons you learn. Lean in and keep pursuing growth. Trust God.
Does God reward obedience, and if so, then how?
God's Use of Jay Adams in My Life and Ministry
God, by His providence, used Jay Adams to set the course of Howard Eyrich’s life and ministry.
When we rightly recognize the source of our anxiety as being inside us, then we can know the God of peace.