The Worst Question to Ask

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What is the worst question a counselor or spiritual friend can ask a person? Julie Ganschow, executive director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center, shares the worst question as well as some great questions that help you help others. The article appeared first appeared here on her blog and is used with permission. In our Biblical Counseling training program, our students … Read More

Overcoming ‘Killer’ Control

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Has a desire to control infested your heart? How to “kill” your longing to control. Guest writer Lee Lewis looks at the expression of control and shares truths to overcome control with the gospel. His article appeared first here on the Biblical Counseling Coalition blog and is used with permission. Pride in the human heart longs for control, and there … Read More

Fixing Problems Begins with YOU!

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Fixing problems begins with the counselee — not circumstances, not the other person. Guest writer Julie Ganschow, director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center, shares how she helps counselees fix problems and experience spiritual growth. This article appeared first here on Julie’s blog and is used with permission. I have noticed that when people come for help for their problems, they … Read More

Your Heart Tells All!

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Your heart reveals your deepest desires. If you want to understand yourself, your spouse, your child, or anyone, you need to understand their heart as best you can. Would you like to know what causes your fear of public speaking, or your spouse’s brooding, or your child’s backtalk, or a friend’s love of posting selfies on Facebook and Instagram? Then … Read More

What Is Your Self-Identity?

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Self-identity: With all the talk of self identity and gender nowadays, you may think this article is about bathroom choice. It’s not. Guest writer Joshua Waulk of Baylight Counseling in Tampa, FL, zeroes in on the “I am” statements we Christians often make about ourselves and suggests a better self-identity. His article appeared first here and is used with permission. … Read More

Sexual Sin: A Woman’s Problem Too!

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Sexual sin wants to take you hostage, my friend. Isn’t the world’s sex doctrine everywhere today? Surf the Internet, browse cable TV stations, flip though magazines, listen to lyrics, check out erotica fiction — the world’s message on sex to women says, “Porn is normal and harmless. Adultery is fun. Something’s wrong with you if you’re still a virgin by … Read More

Follow Your Faith or Your Feelings?

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Faith: Should you trust God even when you don’t feel like it? Would it hurt to follow your feelings? Guest writer Kelly Needham considers these questions in her article which appeared first at ReviveOurHearts.com and is used with permission.  Faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen (Heb. 11:1). If I could be so bold, here’s … Read More

You Need Transformation NOT Recovery

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Transformation: To please God you need heart transformation. Recovery doesn’t work for the long haul. Here’s how to transform! This article by Dr. Donna Hart, PhD, appeared first on her website and is used with permission.  In our culture today, nearly every common behavioral problem is seen as a disorder or disease. It could include things like overeating, excessive spending, … Read More