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For #InternationalPodcastDay we thought we’d share a few of our favorites: Speak The Truth, Counsel for Life, Encounter and The Paul Tripp Podcast to name a few.  We find these podcast to be engaging, encouraging and insightful to the topic of Mental Health in a Biblical Worldview.  Check them out!

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Dear Friend, The Association of Biblical Counselors wants to extend you a special early-registration discount for our annual conference, Called to Counsel. The conference will be held April 27th-29th in Fort Worth, TX.  Discount information for you has been included at the end of this email. Plenary speakers for this year include Tim Charlies, Jeremy Lelek, Jeremy Pierre […]

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As a member of the Association of Biblical Counselors my prayer is that you are continually strengthened and encouraged in your ministry to others. Walking through the difficulties and hardships experienced by those God sends into our lives is one of the most amazing privileges to which we have been invited (Gal. 6:2). However, this […]

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Biblical counseling can be defined as a fluid event and process of a Spirit-empowered Christ follower providing face-to-face ministry of the Word to others. Biblical counseling is a process of focused discipleship. It is one aspect of discipleship. It is an aspect of discipleship focused on the application of God’s Word and walking in God’s […]

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(Excerpt from When Home Hurts, by Jeremy Pierre and Greg Wilson, releasing September 10, 2021. Find more information and pre-order at christiancounseling.com) I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever  human beings endure suffering and humiliation.  We must always take sides.  Neutrality always helps the oppressor, never the victim.  Silence encourages the tormentor, never the […]

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Biblical counseling is a discipline that has always been dedicated to rich, theologically informed biblical care.  Since the seminal work of the late Dr. Jay Adams who outlined a biblical counseling model that positioned itself within Christian counseling as uniquely biblical, the movement has continued to experience helpful developmental processes that have served to deepen and […]

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Mercy is defined as getting that which we don’t deserve. If I get pulled over for speeding and the officer lets me off with a warning, we would say he had mercy on me. He gave me the gift of passing on an offense that should have cost me time and money. “Blessed be the […]

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This is an edited excerpt from Darby Strickland’s book Is It Abuse? A Biblical Guide to Identifying and Helping Victims of Domestic Abuse. You will recognize them by their fruits.  Are grapes gathered from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? (Matt. 7:16) Matt and Sarah routinely fought about how to spend their weekends. Sarah valued her […]

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