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Special Episode: Addictions with Dr. Mark Shaw
The Biblical Counseling Podcast is honored to have this special podcast edition with Dr. Mark Shaw of The Addictions Connection (TAC).
Mark is an ordained minister and Founder of The Addiction Connection. As an author, speaker, teacher of the Word, and certified alcohol and drug addiction counselor, Mark has been involved in helping people who struggle with addictions since 1991. He serves as the Director of Counseling at Grace Fellowship Church in Florence, KY.
Mark will be this year’s keynote speaker in the coming IABC 2022 Conference. He will be discussing, “Understanding Temptation”, the motivations of our hearts, and how God transforms us by the power of his Word and the Holy Spirit.
In alignment with this year’s theme, “Counseling Life’s Most Difficult Issues”, Mark mentions how the Word of God equips us to speak into people’s lives and change their hearts. In his keynote, he will unpack 1 John 2:15-17. We encourage you to hear this workshop in full and experience transformation by looking inwardly and use this to help people gain insights into their own hearts and become more like Jesus Christ.
The need for the church to do ministry and to step into this dark place instigated the establishment of TAC. They are a network of biblical counseling churches designed to equip the local church in handling addiction cases, situations with families, and practically and meaningfully administer the Word of God.
TAC is committed to the sufficiency of the Word of God. They believe that God’s Word speaks from the heart and can transform desires.
Become a Commissioned Additions Biblical Counselor (CABC)
Mark and his team are building an army of biblical counselors to do the tough work in the trenches of addiction counseling. TAC is commissioning those who are called by God to biblically counsel people struggling with addiction.
Listen to the full episode to learn more about Dr. Mark Shaw and The Addictions Connection.