Category Archives: Counseling

My Weakness and the Power of Christ

But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me. … Continue reading

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Does the Gospel Help with Everyday Things?

Thank you, David Powlison, for this helpful reminder. For other excellent resources from David Powlison and other biblical counselors, please visit the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (www.ccef.org). *** Does the Gospel Help with Everyday Things? by David Powlison One … Continue reading

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Ministering to the Sick and Dying

Kevin DeYoung has a very helpful post this morning considering ways to minister to the sick and dying. His counsel is excellent for both pastor and layman. I found his eighth point particularly important: Don’t interrupt. Ask follow up questions. Be … Continue reading

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Till Death Do Us Part

I honestly don’t know how much influence Pat Robertson has in the culture today. My hunch is not much. And, frankly, that’s a good thing. But his recent comments regarding Alzheimer’s and divorce have received plenty of attention in the last … Continue reading

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Protecting Against One Danger of Being a Bible Church

I love the Bible. And so do the people of Immanuel Bible Church where I have the privilege of pastoring. This is why I watched with deep interest a video posted by Justin Taylor on how to make Scripture more … Continue reading

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