Tag Archives: Biblical Counseling

Three Kinds of Shame

Wise counselors and teachers recognize shame's complexity, and they seek to understand the mud before laboring to clean it.

Tools for Spiritual Cardiology

Here are 9 questions for diagnosing doubt in our patients.

Naked and Unashamed

We can face our shame because we've been given new clothes in Christ.

Should You Study Counseling Outside Christian Institutions? Yes and No

The academic and professional guilds are persuasive when you function under their presuppositions rather than God's.

Two Sides of the Counseling Coin

Great cohesion does not eliminate distinction between the two strands in the movement.

How Biblical is Biblical Counseling?

I want to give only one piece of very simple yet very radical counsel.

Thinking Theologically About Depression: Its Causes and Cures

Depression shouldn't surprise us, given what we know about sin and our need for full and final redemption.

5 Signs Waiting Has Weakened Your Faith

Waiting is God's way of giving us time to consider his glory, grow stronger in faith, and grow in courage for ministry.

God's Will for Your Wait

Because your wait is not outside of his plan, but a vital and necessary part of it, God is with you in your wait.

The Top Ten Trends in Biblical Counseling

  As I speak around the country on biblical counseling, I typically hear two very different responses. Sometimes I'm asked, "When you say 'biblical counseling,' you don't mean ___________ do you?" Various people fill in that blank with different labels—negative to them. What a shame that placing the word "biblical" in front of "counseling" causes […]