Filtered by author Tim Nixon



Counseling The Final Sessions – A Plan for Action

December 30th, 2020 by posted in Counseling

Your counselee is doing well. He has worked hard for many months, has completed his homework well, has memorized Scripture, and God has granted repentance. After much prayer you have decided it will soon be time that he graduate from formal counseling and return to normal discipleship within his church. It would be well to […]

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Counseling from 1 Thessalonians 5:14, 15

December 15th, 2020 by posted in Counseling, Suffering

I am very non-confrontational. And over the past few years I’ve determined that is mostly fear of man. God’s Word has challenged me that I must love people more than I fear them or risk being a poor shepherd and counselor. It has taken me many years of ministry to learn how to confront, admonish, […]

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The Slow Poison of Self-Pity

November 30th, 2020 by posted in Uncategorized

I read an interesting article written a few years ago about India. Many people in India experience the nightmare of slow, undetected poisoning.  Water from wells in rural areas contains trace amounts of arsenic that is killing thousands. Since the poison is colorless and tasteless, the villagers have no way of detecting it. And since […]

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What Makes a Good Biblical Counselor?

November 15th, 2020 by posted in Counseling

Our counseling ministry is always looking for good counselors. It seems like we always have a waiting list of those who are in need of help both from inside and outside our local church. And while I realize there will probably never be enough qualified biblical counselors to meet the need, it is always my […]

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