To offer wise & loving biblical counsel, we must ask & answer gospel-centered biblical questions.
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.
Gospel-Centered Counseling: How Christ Changes Lives by Robert Kellemen was by far the best book on biblical counseling I read in 2014.
For me, by Christ’s grace, I want 2015 to be: The Year of Gospel-Centered Living.
I am eager to use Gospel-Centered Counseling in my church’s lay-counseling program, and I believe anyone who is interested in soul care will be returning to this book often.
Gospel-Centered Suffering: Shared Sorrow Is Endurable Sorrow Note from Bob: You’re reading the seventh and final part of my Changing Lives blog mini-series on Gospel-Centered Self-Counsel for Suffering. Read Part One. Read Part Two. Read Part Three. Read Part Four. Read Part Five. Read Part Six. Mutual Dependence on Christ and One-Another Throughout 2 Corinthians