The top 6 books on a theology of biblical counseling introduces readers to the theological concepts that root the discipline in Scripture and real life.
In Why Bother About Church?, Sam Allberry argues convincingly that we cannot belong to Jesus and not belong to His church.
Gospel Conversations is a comprehensive and much-needed book that addresses the whole person—empathetically; compassionately; and perceptively—just as Christ would.
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
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.
In this Biblical Counseling Coalition Author Interview Q & A, we connected with Dr. Bob Kellemen to learn more about his very important and unique new book on being equipped for one-another ministry: Gospel Conversations: How to Care Like Christ.