In this week’s episode of the Biblical Counseling Podcast, Pastor Jeff Christianson and Jennie Christianson continue their discussion on managing conflict from matters of differentness. We recognize that God made every individual as his or her own person. People are different. This reality can contribute to disagreements of style and personality. When we approach conflicts of differentness, hopefully each person involved has a willing heart to hear what the Scriptures have to say about these conflicts. We recognize that God has given us this command in Romans 12:18: “If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men.”Continue reading
Contending for “The Faith” does not mean be contentious. But it means we are called to contend earnestly for the faith.
So, for the love of God, for the love of His truth, for the love of all who need His truth, let’s seek to guard and live and proclaim a pure biblical faith.
We invite you to listen to the full episode of the Biblical Counseling Podcast with Jeff Christianson.
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We invite you to listen to the full episode of the Biblical Counseling Podcast with Jeff Christianson.Continue reading
A lot of people wonder why life can become so difficult. What’s going on? The underlying cause of these struggles is because we are living life on a spiritual battlefield.
Pastor Jeff wants to bring to your attention that, as a biblical counselor, you need to remind everyone that you minister that we have a spiritual enemy. How do we proceed with ministering and discipleship and help others navigate against spiritual warfare? Listen to the full episode to learn more about “Biblical Counseling and the Devil”.Continue reading
What does the end times have to do with biblical counseling? Everything is going according to plan. Because we have the scripture on our side to teach these things, we need to know what’s happening around us and compare it to the Word of God.
We invite you to listen to the full episode of the Biblical Counseling Podcast with Jeff Christianson. Know that when you get anxious, nervous, fearful, and worried they can see the scriptural timeline that God is in control.
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“This conference is important for IABC as an organization because we have been spending the last two years restructuring, reorganizing, and relaunching the organization with the same theme we’ve always had, but in a refined and much better-organized fashion. We want our people to be there. We want them to get well acquainted with everybody that’s in leadership. We want them to get excited about what we’re doing. We want them to be trained further. And we want them to develop a continuity of fellowship among all the various members and counselors.” – Dr. Howard EyrichContinue reading
Dr. Kevin Carson and Jeff Christianson dive deeper into understanding the balance of God’s grace in Part 2 of our interview series. Here Kevin suggested four cautions when offering others the same grace we (as biblical counselors) have received from God.Continue reading
In this first episode of a 2-part interview, Dr. Kevin Carson joins Jeff Christianson to explore the comfort of God’s grace and the call of God’s grace.
Why do we need to consider the balance of God’s grace? Why is it important to understand this balance? How does it help the followers of Christ both to move forward in personal sanctification as well as when helping others in personal ministry as well?Continue reading
Why is it important to share the gospel? Who is a real disciple? And as a real disciple, who are you discipling now? How important is it to understand the privilege and the power of God’s grace?Continue reading
SCROLL DOWN TO THE COMMENTS! What You’ll Discover in this Episode:151: The Body of ChristListen to the full episode. Scroll down and leave your comment below! Resources: Enroll in the Biblical Counseling Academy.Continue reading