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📒Making Christian Counseling More Christ Centered ✍ Rick W. Marrs Ph.D.
✏Making Christian Counseling More Christ Centered Book Summary : “Martin Luther formulated his proclamation of the message of Scripture for his contemporaries between the poles of God’s voice in the pages of the Bible and the needs and afflictions of his hearers and readers. Marrs brings twenty-first century readers into that exchange and demonstrates how Luther’s insights into the gospel of Jesus Christ help bring healing and comfort to those struggling with guilt, shame, fear, loneliness, and other spiritual afflictions in our day. This volume provides those who are engaged in conversation with the troubled and distressed rich resources for fostering peace and joy in the midst of such trouble and distress.” Robert Kolb, professor of systematic theology emeritus, Concordia Seminary, Saint Louis USA “If all good theology is pastoral in its orientation, then this groundbreaking, practical, biblical study is well worth careful consideration by any pastor or Christian counsellor.” John W. Kleinig, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Australian Lutheran College, University of Divinity, Adelaide, South Australia Many Christian counselors and pastors want to bring Christ’s Gospel and forgiveness into their soul care, but don’t know how. Luther’s very Christ-centered theology, based in his desire for care of souls, can provide us with that foundation. Various techniques flowing from that foundation are shared.
📒Christ Centered Biblical Counseling ✍ James MacDonald
✏Christ Centered Biblical Counseling Book Summary : Christ-Centered Biblical Counseling is a comprehensive guide that will equip God’s people to use biblical truth to change lives. More than that, this book will increase people’s confidence in the sufficiency and relevancy of God’s Word to address real-life issues in a multitude of counseling situations. Readers of this book will: Understand clearly why they should embrace biblical counseling Be encouraged to trust God’s Word to provide rich insight for living in the midst of even the most difficult challenges Enjoy the relevant, pastoral, and theological teaching they have come to appreciate from such noted authors as James MacDonald, John Piper, Mark Dever, and Elyse Fitzpatrick The 28 chapters blend theological wisdom and practical expertise. The first half of the book emphasizes a practical theology of biblical counseling; the second half highlights a practical methodology of biblical counseling. Though accessible to all Christians, the book will especially appeal to pastors and church leaders, counseling practitioners, students, and educators.
📒A Christ Centered Wedding ✍ Catherine Parks
✏A Christ Centered Wedding Book Summary : A guide for believers who want their wedding to portray the relationship of Christ with the church and to reflect the gospel to all in attendance.
📒Christ Centered Coaching ✍ Jane Creswell
✏Christ Centered Coaching Book Summary : Creswell draws from her extensive corporate and ministry coaching experience to provide ministers and other church leaders a clear definition of what coaching is and the seven basic benefits an individual, church, or group can receive through a qualified coach. Solidly based in experience, each chapter is built upon an actual scenario growing out of Creswell's own coaching experience. Along with the illustration, she provides scriptural teaching, gives explicit information on the purpose and merits of coaching, additional resources, and tips for coaching.
📒Handbook For Christ Centered Substance Abuse And Addiction Counselors ✍ Michael Belzman, Ph.D., MDAAC, MRAS
✏Handbook for Christ Centered Substance Abuse and Addiction Counselors Book Summary : Dr. Michael Belzman is the founder of the Association of Christian Alcohol & Drug Counselors (ACADC). An educator, counselor and pastor, he is also a speaker at congressional hearings warning law makers against making laws that exclude Faith-Based counselors from participation in the professional arena or infringe upon their religious freedom. ACADC is the only Christ-centered counselor certification organization authorized by any state government. ACADC Institute trains their students biblically so they can provide addiction counseling to Christians in need of the biblical rather than secular options. Few thought it possible that a Christ-centered certification board could exist in today's postmodern society, yet ACADC was written by the hand of God into the California Code of Regulations, opening a door that no man could close. From a background of teaching psychology at secular universities, and a false belief in human solutions to the problems of the soul, Dr. Belzman surrendered his life to Christ in 1980. By nurturing a personal relationship with Him through prayer and Bible study, he found that God's life principles and promises changed his life in a way that psychology or prescribed drugs could not do. He saw first-hand how God's power not only overcomes deep addiction, but can direct the decisions of kings. Dr. Belzman pastors ACADC Christian Fellowship founded on the notion that healing of the soul best takes place in the context of Christ-centered relationships bathed in prayer. He lives with his family in Calimesa, California and welcomes communication from anyone desiring to serve God by becoming a Christ-centered counselor. He and his staff of Christ-centered professionals may be contacted by email at [email protected], or by letter addressed to the Association of Christian Alcohol & Drug Counselors, attn: Mike Belzman, PO Box 8604, Redlands, CA 92375.
📒Biblical Counseling And The Church ✍ Bob Kellemen
✏Biblical Counseling and the Church Book Summary : As people face addictions, deal with loss and grief, and seek help in restoring broken relationships, where can they turn for counsel and assistance? The local church has been uniquely blessed with the gift of the gospel and is able to offer hope and counsel that no other institution on earth can. In Biblical Counseling and the Church, Bob Kellemen and Kevin Carson have assembled over twenty respected ministry leaders who examine the relationship between counseling and the church. This comprehensive resource, part of the Biblical Counseling Coalition series, helps leaders and counselors develop a vision that goes beyond being a church with a biblical counseling ministry to becoming a church of biblical counseling—a church culture that is saturated by “one-another” ministry. Divided into five parts, Biblical Counseling and the Church will help church leaders: Unite the pulpit ministry of preaching the Word with the personal ministry of the Word in counseling Offer practical and theological training to equip counselors Launch and lead a counseling ministry, regardless of the size of your church Bring together the relational focus of small group ministry with the ministry of care and counseling Better understand the relationship between biblical counseling, church discipline, and conflict resolution Learn how to use counseling in outreach through “missional” biblical counseling—moving biblical counseling beyond the doors of the church and into the world
📒Psychology Theology And Spirituality In Christian Counseling ✍ Mark R. McMinn
✏Psychology Theology and Spirituality in Christian Counseling Book Summary : This book will help you evaluate how you can effectively integrate prayer, Scripture, confession, forgiveness, and redemption into your life and counseling practice. Part of a professional series by the American Association of Christian Counselors.
📒Keeping Christ In Christmas ✍ Tracey Moore
✏Keeping Christ in Christmas Book Summary : ARE YOU READY TO TRY SOMETHING NEW THIS CHRISTMAS? *Would you like to help Jesus to enjoy His birthday more on December 25th? *Do you want to empower your child to live a Christ-centered life all year long? *Are you tired of all the commercialism surrounding Christmas? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Keeping Christ in Christmas will provide good spiritual food for thought as you approach Advent. Using a simple, conversational style, Tracey L. Moore (AKA The Purposeful Poet) seeks to show parents and their children a unique way to experience a more Christ-centered Christmas holiday. In this book, you will find several strategies for keeping Christ in Christmas that will help you: *Increase the excitement and anticipation surrounding the holiday season. *Focus more on the real meaning of Christmas and focus less on commercialism. *Keep Christ as the center of your children's Christmas celebration. *Fuel the faith of your child and provide a foundation for an enhanced walk with Christ in the future. *Celebrate Jesus' birth in a fun and festive way. If you agree that Jesus is indeed the reason for the season, this book is for you. Are you ready for the spirit of Christmas to fill your home in an unparalleled way? The suggestions put forth herein, if received with an open mind and heart, will help you and your family to have the merriest Christ-centered Christmas ever.
📒Soul Physicians ✍ Robert W. Kellemen
✏Soul Physicians Book Summary : Soul Physicians provides a relevant, in-depth theology of biblical counseling. Just as medical students examine the anatomy of the human body, so soul physicians need to understand the anatomy of the human soul. Soul Physicians offers a theological foundation for the ministry of biblical counseling, soul care, and spiritual direction, equipping the counselor to make Christian counseling truly Christian.
📒Handbook To Happiness ✍ Charles R. Solomon
✏Handbook to Happiness Book Summary : Handbook to Happiness counsels hurting people by teaching them to exchange their life for Christ’s. Instead of “trying to live the Christian life,” which still centers on our own efforts, we need to allow Christ to live his life in us. This removes all reliance on human effort and frees us to become totally Christ centered. This revision includes personal testimonials, diagrams, and a poem by the author, illustrating his own spiritual and emotional journey.