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Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Dealing with Sin in Cou...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Immo Wegmann

Welcome back to week 40. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly examined some typical homework assignments for depression and anxiety. We hope those examples were helpful to get you started. This week we will briefly consider how to deal with sin in counseling.  In order […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Homework Assignments

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Annie Spratt

Welcome back to week 39. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered the topic of anger. We saw that anger can be righteous or sinful and that the way in which we deal with it can be, too.  This week we will briefly examine some […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Anger

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Andre Hunter

Welcome back to week 38. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly consideredhow depression develops and is alleviated. It develops by not repenting from sin. It is alleviated by repenting from sin.  This week we will briefly examine the topic of anger. So many people, especially […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: How Depression Develops...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by YIFEI CHEN

Welcome back to week 37. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered the significance of Ephesians 4:17-25 and the put off / put on dynamic in biblical counseling and discipleship. This week we will briefly examine how depression develops and is alleviated.  In contrast to […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: The Ephesians 4:17-25 S...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Brina Blum

Welcome back to week 36. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered the language we use in the biblical counseling process. This week we will briefly examine the significance of Ephesians 4:17-25 for biblical counseling and discipleship. The significance of Ephesians 4:17-25 as a tool for […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Language

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Fa Barboza

Welcome back to week 35. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered halo data in the biblical counseling process. This week we will briefly examine the language we use and its significance in the biblical counseling process. What message are we sending with the language […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Halo Data

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Edi Libedinsky

Welcome back to week 34. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered complicating problems in biblical counseling and what to do about them. This week we will briefly examine halo data and its significance in the biblical counseling process. What exactly is it and how […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: A Complicating Problem

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Michal Matlon

Welcome back to week 33. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered the preconditioning level in biblical counseling and why it is important. This week we will briefly examine complicating problems and its significance in the biblical counseling process. What exactly is a complicating problem […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: The Preconditioning Lev...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Alex

Welcome back to week 32. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered the presentation and performance levels in biblical counseling and why they are important. This week we will briefly examine the “preconditioning level” and why it’s important to the biblical counseling process.  Let’s first define […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Presentation and Perfor...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Pujohn Das

Welcome back to week 31. We hope the past week has been a blessed one for you. Last week we briefly considered eclecticism in counseling. We saw that it is to be avoided. This week we will briefly examine the “presentation,” and “performance” levels in biblical counseling. What are they and what do we do […]