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.
Here, in alphabetical order, are the top 16 books published in 2016 about biblical counseling or important to biblical counselors.
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.
I am eager to use Gospel-Centered Counseling in my church’s lay-counseling program, and I believe anyone who is interested in soul care will be returning to this book often.
In Shame Interrupted, Ed Welch shines the light of the gospel into the dark abyss of shame. Because of Welch’s candid perspective, Shame Interrupted was at first hard to read, then hard to put down, and now easy to recommend.
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Review by Bob Kellemen of Larry Crabb’s of 66 Love Letters: A Conversation with God That Invites You Into His Story