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Article Review: The Journal of Biblical Counseling

In the article “When Should Counseling End?”, J. Alasdair Groves suggests that the most effective counseling process requires a clearly communicated destination. Though communicating direction and destination can be difficult, Groves offers two questions to ask during the counseling process. 473 more words


“Cross-Cultural Counseling” by Howard Eyrich

“Cross-Cultural Counseling” by Howard Eyrich[1]

[1] Journal of Biblical Counseling (in 1977, the Journal of Pastoral Practice), volume 1, no. 1, 1977, p. 19. 333 more words

Biblical Counseling

Helping the “Psychologized” Brother (or sister)

Helping the “Psychologized” Brother[1]

Problem:     Many in our culture, including Christians, are far more committed to pop psychology than they are to a biblical worldview. 282 more words

Friday Is For Heart Songs

Teen Challenges

Does this description sound familiar:

Teens are unstable emotionally. One minute they feel wonderfully happy. The next minute they feel like the world has come to an end again for the third time that day.

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Marriage & Family

"Self-Control: The Battle Against 'One More'", by Edward Welch

I found a great article on self-control by Edward Welch in the Winter 2001 issue of The Journal of Biblical Counseling; which (I’m fairly sure) is reproduced as… 738 more words


OCD and the Cross

If you read this blog, or know me at all, you know that I am a worrier. Sometimes, that worry manifests itself with mild symptoms of what is typcially known as Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). 214 more words


Legalism, Cheap Peace or God-honoring Accountability?

This time of year Christians often redouble their spiritual efforts in resolve to be more holy. Some will think about or even venture to join an accountability group. 242 more words

Creation Project