I pray that Biblical Counseling and the Church will continue a ‘reformation’ of the church where we see the centrality of God’s Word for daily life both in the pulpit ministry of the Word and in the personal ministry of the Word. I
What would it be like to attend a week-long seminar with nearly 3 dozen leaders in the biblical counseling movement and “pick their brains and hear their hearts” about how one-another ministry could be saturated into the life of your congregation?
Many people care deeply, but do not know what to do after the hug. Bob Kellemen seeks to change that in his book, Gospel-Centered Counseling: How Christ Changes Lives.
You care about hurting people, but what do you do after the hug? What do say do after you pray with them? These questions formed the foundation for my recent weekend seminar on Gospel-Centered Counseling: How to Care Like Christ.
What do you do after the hug? What do you say after you pray? To answer those vital life and ministry questions, I’ll be joining host Pastor Jim Stevanus at the October 16-17, 2015 Columbus, Ohio Biblical Counseling Conference 2015. The conference is being hosted by Fellowship Baptist Church of Dublin, Ohio. And our theme is Gospel-Centered Counseling; How to Care Like Christ.
Learn how Christ changes lives and learn how to care like Christ with Gospel-Centered Counseling and with Gospel Conversations.