Category Archives: biblical counseling, christian counseling

I have a confession to make

I have never read through the Bible in a systematic way. Until now. Since January 1, I’ve been using the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan…and it works! When you read bits and pieces of the Bible, it’s difficult to get a … Continue reading

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A Letter to Self

(Courtesy of Brennan Manning) Good morning, impostor. Surely you are surprised by the cordial greeting… Let me begin by admitting that I have been unreasonable, ungrateful, and unbalanced in my appraisal of you. (Of course, you are aware, puff of … Continue reading

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Biblical Wisdom = Good Therapy

Earlier this week, John Piper tweeted: “Thanksgiving is the dethroning of a god and turning it into a gift.” Not only is this biblical wisdom, but very effective from a therapist’s point of view. Stay tuned for more on this … Continue reading

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