The key to our emotional reaction is our belief or perception about the meaning behind the event.
When it comes to emotions, we seem prone to extremes, even in the Christian world. But what does the Bible teach?
It’s interesting to ponder the Psalms and how they view “depression.” It is such a rich view. Honestly, it makes a DSM-V view of depression seem quite flat and shallow by comparison.
For me, if I want to state publicly that I am a “biblical counselor,” then because parameters, definition, accountability, and collaboration matters, I want to be part of the larger “biblical counseling movement.”
Resources for Dr. Bob Kellemen’s biblical counseling Track 4 training sessions at the 2014 Faith Biblical Counseling Training Conference.
5 top Christian blog posts of the week—on depression, sleep, medication, counseling wars, Ken Ham, prayer, and more.