Counseling Implications of Union with Christ

How do we help counselees appropriate the truth of their identities in Christ deeper into their hearts? This video discusses why some counselees resist the truth of what it means for them to be in Christ. It also provides an overall strategy for helping people overcome their resistance to accepting who they are in Christ.

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Cultural Evangelism: Engaging Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice

Well, it finally happened today. The superhero of superhero movies opened. Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice opened nationwide. My wife and oldest son saw it. They said it was a great movie. To be transparent, I am not interested in two superheroes facing off against one another. I grew up in a simpler time. […]

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Imbalanced Theology Leads to Imbalanced Counseling

  One of my seminary professors used to say, “All good theology is practical theology.” No where is this truer than in the discipline of counseling. Our theology answers the ultimate questions of life. It guides us to live our lives in the light of those answers. Thus, our theology will also influence how we […]

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Biblical Counseling and Synaptic Pruning in Schizophrenics

A friend sent me a copy of an article entitled Genetic Study Provides First-ever Insight into Biological Origin of Schizophrenia. My friend wanted to know what I thought about it as a biblical counselor. Are these findings good? Are they bad? Can a Christian worldview explain these findings? Before answering these questions, let me cast […]

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