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Truths I’ve learned about biblical counseling

Truths I’ve learned about biblical counseling

Greetings Beloved, I have learned a lot of truths in learning, practicing, and teaching biblical counseling.  Here are a few of those truths, and in coming posts from me, I will expand upon them. 1. Sin ultimately wants autonomy from God.  Sin, Satan, and "self" want...

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Paul’s counsel to the anxious (Phil 4:5-9)

Paul’s counsel to the anxious (Phil 4:5-9)

  In Philippians 4:5-9 we find these words, The Lord is at hand; 6 do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. 7 And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding,...

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I saw my counselees experience the power of God’s Word

I saw my counselees experience the power of God’s Word

I am forever grateful that God crossed my path with Jim Fain.  I have grown so much from the way he used the Word of God to teach me how to help people with the problems they face in their soul. I praised God so many times throughout this training as I saw my...

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This Resurrection Sunday rejoice in…suffering?

This Resurrection Sunday rejoice in…suffering?

  Celebrating 25 Years of God's Faithfulness Greetings in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ. As our thoughts turn toward Easter and the resurrection of Christ from the grave, we want toextend an invitation to rejoice with us. For we rejoice in our risen Savior, and...

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What else does the Resurrection guarantee? (Rom 6:1-5)

What else does the Resurrection guarantee? (Rom 6:1-5)

In Romans 6:1 we find the words, “What shall we say then? ‘Are we to continue in sin that grace may abound?’” In light of what has been said, Paul asks this somewhat rhetorical question. While the question may seem strange to us, it is not that out of place given...

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