43: The Next Generation of Biblical Counselors

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 ⬇️ ⬇️ SCROLL DOWN TO THE COMMENTS! ⬇️ ⬇️ What You’ll Discover in this Episode:When Christ resurrected, He walked this earth and showed himself to over 500 people. Before his ascension, Jesus gave His followers the Great Commission. In Matthew 28:19-20, Jesus tells His disciples and all of us today, “Go and […]

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42: A Conversation About Mental Health

A discussion about mental health from a biblical perspective. Interview with Dr. Daniel Berger. Created for the Calvary Chapel pastor, leader and university student.

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A Discussion About Mental Health with Daniel Berger

41: A Discussion About Mental Health with Daniel Berger

Share0 Tweet0 Share0  LISTENER COMMENTS BELOW What You’ll Discover in this Episode:Dr. Daniel R. Berger II is the founder and director of Alethia International Ministries (AIM), where he continues to write and to speak around the country in various churches, organizations, medical communities, and at various counseling and teacher’s conferences. He is also an experienced […]

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40: Enduring Hardships: Interview with Joe Propri

40: Enduring Hardships: Interview with Joe Propri

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 What You’ll Discover in this Episode:James tells us, “My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into various trials”. It doesn’t say if you fall into trials, but when you fall into them. Hardships are a part of life that every Christian must endure. There is hope and it is found […]

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039: Immanuel, God With Us

039: Immanuel, God With Us

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 What You’ll Discover in this Episode:Christmas time is a time of joy and celebration. The fun of gathering with family, holiday themed parties, and a host of holiday distractions. The world has slowly taken a time set aside to celebrate the coming of the Savior, turning it into a time of traditions […]

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038: Counseling and Evangelism: An Interview with Dr. Mark Hager

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 What You’ll Discover in this Episode:Dr. Mark Hager shares about his salvation through Biblical counseling sessions he took as an unbeliever. As Biblical counselors we sometimes assume that individual we are counseling is a believer. I mean why else would they seek out Biblical counseling? However, we must never assume that an […]

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037: Counseling the Abused: An Interview with Dr. Warren Lamb

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 What You’ll Discover in this Episode:Warren Lamb is Author of Behind the Veil: Exposing the Evil of Domestic Oppression and Providing Hope. ​Warren works extensively with those who have suffered significant trauma from childhood abuse and neglect, domestic oppression and abuse, sex-trafficking, kidnapping, sole-survivors of catastrophes, traumatic loss survivors, first responders, combat trauma survivors, […]

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036: Psychology Contrasted With The Bible

036: Psychology Contrasted With The Bible

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 What You’ll Discover in this Episode:As we speak about humanistic philosophical psychology we are speaking directly about what is not scientific. This type of humanistic psychology deals with moral dilemmas and the humanistic worldview that has captured a broad audience today, not only within the world but also within the church. Church, […]

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Psychology Vs. The Bible: Part 2

035: Psychology Vs. The Bible: Part 2

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 What You’ll Discover in this Episode:The way we approach the Bible determines our worldview. There are a lot of Christians that believe psychology is above Scripture in counseling. It’s true that people have been helped by theories and concepts, but when we take man’s ideas and value them above the Bible we […]

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034: The Holy Spirit in Counseling

Share0 Tweet0 Share0 What You’ll Discover in this Episode:When we try to counsel others in our own strength, we will fail. On our own we have no power, we are mere human. We can not rely on our own intellect and our own power to instruct or help others. That is where the Holy Spirit […]

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