September 20, 2021

Let us continue to talk about our identity in Christ. In this episode, we will describe the opposite of who we are in Christ and what the world would describe us using self-esteem philosophy. Mark 8:34-35

Listen to the full episode and leave a comment in our community section.

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September 16, 2021

What do people seek in life? Who are we in Christ? Who am I? Who am I really? What is my life supposed to be about?  Until we know Jesus as Lord and Savior, we will be spiritually dead and under the control of Satan himself. Ephesians 2: 1-3

In this episode, Pastor Jeff Christianson shares his experiences and thoughts on accepting Jesus as our Lord and Savior. Listen to the full episode.

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September 6, 2021

We are living in the last days. Jesus said if you see these things begin to happen, look up. Your redemption is drawing near. Look to the heavens and be reminded. This is what you, as biblical counselors, remind those who are in the biblical counseling office. It is important that we have a strong understanding of our position in eschatology.

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August 30, 2021

We are living in the last days. Jesus said if you see these things begin to happen, look up. Your redemption is drawing near. Look to the heavens and be reminded. This is what you, as biblical counselors, remind those who are in the biblical counseling office. It is important that we have a strong understanding of our position in eschatology.

Because of what we are seeing in our culture and our world today, we’re living in the signs of the times. There is a place for the end times events and eschatology in Biblical Counseling. What does the end times have to do with biblical counseling?

Join us in this podcast as Jeff Christianson discusses “Counseling and the Rapture.”

PS: Learn more about the Biblical Counseling Academy’s Starter Course: https://www.jeffchristianson.com/startercourse

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August 23, 2021

Worry is anticipating future suffering. However, it’s anticipating without anticipating the grace that God has promised to those who suffer. There’s always a remedy and biblical answers.
In psychological theory, sometimes it is helpful to learn from our past but there is a point in time where need to press on and forget those things behind but Jesus said to His disciples, “Do not worry about tomorrow for tomorrow will care for itself.” Matthew 6:34.

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