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Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Church Discipline

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Robin Spielmann

Welcome back to week 50. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined Christian Counselors and whether or not we should agree with them. This week we will briefly consider church discipline. Does your church practice it? If not, should we be willing to graciously encourage […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Christian Counselors

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Jessica Ruscello

Welcome back to week 49. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined the topics of healing memories, visualization techniques, 12-step and other recovery programs, and self-image. This week we will briefly consider Christian Counselors. Should biblical counselors join and agree with Christian Counselors? The short […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Memories, Visualization...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Greg Rakozy

Welcome back to week 48. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined the ministry versus the professional model in counseling. This week we will briefly consider the topics of healing the memories, visualization techniques, 12-step and other recovery programs, and self-image. The concept of healing […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: The Ministry vs. Profes...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Fereshteh Ghazisaeedi

Welcome back to week 47. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined the topic of casting out demons. This week we will briefly consider what it means to minister the Scripture in counseling. There is a difference between a “professional medical” model and a “ministry […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Casting Out Demons?

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Sammy Williams

Welcome back to week 46. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined the reasons for counseling termination. We terminate when the counselee has grown enough in Christlikeness to continue on his own and make other disciples. We also terminate when a counselee ultimately refuses to […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Terminating Counseling

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Patrick Perkins

Welcome back to week 45. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered how to view our emotions through a biblical lens. We are not to be controlled by them, but empowered by the Holy Spirit and living in subjection to the Word, we are to […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Viewing Emotions Biblic...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Tengyart

Welcome back to week 44. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined the important topic of total restructuring. The sinner must be willing, through the empowering Holy Spirit and instruction from the Word, to radically amputate his or her sin and make a 180-degree life […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Total Restructuring

Photo by HS Spender

Welcome back to week 43. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined with whom biblical counselors should and should not cooperate in the counseling process. This week we will briefly consider the topic of total restructuring. What exactly is it? How does it work and why […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Cooperation

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Michał Parzuchowski

Welcome back to week 42. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined homework examples for the development of good communication patterns.  This week we will briefly consider cooperation. Should we work cooperatively with a physician or psychologist in the counseling process? What are some of […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Develop Good Communicat...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Jason Rosewell

Welcome back to week 41. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined how to deal with sin in the counseling session. This week we will briefly consider how to develop good communication patters for couples. In order to accomplish this task, we will give examples […]