Where is the Gospel?

February 20th, 2022 by posted in Counseling

Where is the gospel? My counselees are serious about coming into our offices. It takes a certain amount of courage and a lot of humility to say “I don’t have all of the answers.” They usually choose us because we are biblically based. The counselee almost always attends church regularly and says “I am a […]

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Are Desires Evil If We Do Not Act Upon Them?

February 2nd, 2022 by posted in Counseling

Are Desires Evil If We Do Not Act Upon Them? This is a very general question that has prompted my thinking over the past few months based on many churches stance on homosexuality. The question is this. If one struggles with same-sex attraction and the sinful temptations that go along with it, is that okay […]

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The Landscaping Disaster

January 15th, 2022 by posted in Counseling

Dr. Ernie Baker assigned this case study in a class I took a couple years ago at The Master’s University. These type of excercises are helpful for the biblical counselor in thinking through and keeping sharp when dealing with complex counseling scenarios. Tom and Nancy Gardner had been troubled for over two years about the […]

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Egalitarian or Complementarian?

January 1st, 2022 by posted in Counseling, Marriage and Family

There is a debate, at least in the west, regarding a women’s role in the home and in the church. Some contend that since men and women are equal in Christ, that they are equal in the roles they play in the home and church. This view is known as Egalitarianism. There is a second […]

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