How Does Sanctification Work? encourages readers to see the variety of ways that God’s Word sanctifies and it invites us, then, to take full advantage of this rich diversity.
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Compare 6 definitions of biblical counseling
Here’s a conference you won’t want to miss—Not Alone: The Relational Core of Life and Counseling. It’s the annual CCEF (Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation) World Conference, October 10 to 13, 2013.
Howard Eyrich, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Bob Kellemen, David Powlison, and Deepak Reju define biblical counseling in interviews with Paul Tautges.
I just returned from five days at the 2012 CCEF National Conference on Guilt and Shame. Two phrases sum up the entire week for me: robust content and relational connection. Interestingly, those same two phrases summarize for me the nature of truly biblical counseling: robust content and relational connection.