Who has stirred up the gift of God in you? Who has fanned into flame spiritual growth in your life?
Is there a biblical model for spiritual friendship, one-another ministry, biblical counseling, and pastoral counseling?
Tank Johnson and Historical Spiritual Care Those who read my Blog and my books know my conviction that history is relevant today. Even more, they/you know my conviction that the history of spiritual care is relevant to how we relate to one another today. Today, I’m going to prove it. The Bears’ Crisis Most of
My Story of Spiritual Friendship In many ways, I entered the ministry of spiritual friendship “kicking and screaming.” In fact, I entered the “people-helping” field in that resistive fashion. Three decades ago, I entered seminary on the typical pastoral track of preaching the Word. Unfortunately, that track often meant, and meant in my case at
Converging Streams, Mighty River Biblical counseling today is moving onto the right path. Perhaps a little history lesson (stay with me, history can be fasincation, honest; and I did say little”) would be helpful.One Anothering Spiritual FriendshipLong before our current debates about what makes biblical counseling “biblical,” New Testament writers spoke about “one anothering.” Every