In gospel conversations we first understand the gospel story, then we seek to understand our friend’s story, then we journey together to intersect God’s eternal story and our friend’s earthly story.
In gospel-centered counseling, the Bible’s grand redemptive narrative is the controlling lens through which we understand and interpret our counselee’s life story—we remember the past with faith and see life with cross-eyes.
Learn how to share biblical wisdom for life’s 8 ultimate questions—gospel-centered counseling and how to apply 4 biblical compass points for one-another ministry—gospel conversations.
Could people we minister to say this of us? “I experience you as a mentor so proud of who I am in Christ that you give me a spiritual medal of honor.”
“We are significant players in each other’s gospel narrative, and it is in relationship with one another that we experience the fullness of God in Christ…. The greatest gift I can give to my fellow-Christian is the gospel itself.”
It is God’s plan to use His Word powerfully when we share it truthfully and lovingly—like a brother, mother, father, child, and mentor.