15:14 Ep. 034 – Ed Welch

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Ed Welch (Ph.D.) joins Curtis to discuss his newest book, A Small Book about a Big Problem. Dr. Welch brings years of wisdom gleaned from counseling many who struggle with sinful anger to this very accessible book. It is written for all people, whether they think they have a problem with anger or not, and it is written in short bites intended to be chewed on throughout the day for 50 days. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 033 – Bob Greenwood

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Bob Greenwood is Counseling Pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Florence, KY. He and Curtis discuss the structure and role of the counseling ministry at Grace. They also consider how the counseling ministry integrates with small group ministry and other ministries of the church. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 032 – Brad Bigney

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Brad Bigney is Pastor at Grace Fellowship Church in Florence, KY, author of Gospel Treason, and frequent speaker at biblical counseling conferences around the world. Curtis sits down with Brad in his study to discuss how Grace Fellowship Church was planted and founded with biblical counseling as a central tenant of the church and how that influences the culture and life of the church Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 031 – Rachael Rosser

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Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a difficult subject to discuss, let alone counsel. In this episode of 15:14, Curtis had the chance to interview Rachael Rosser on the topic of counseling those who wrestle with Complex PTSD. Rachael is a Groups Minister at the Village Church in Plano, TX, as well as a LPC Supervisor with North Texas Christian Counseling. Rachael’s experience in cross-cultural counseling, as well as working with women who have come out of long-term abuse or human trafficking, gives her unique insight into counseling this difficult issue. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 030 – Eric Pace

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This episode of 15:14 features Eric Pace, Pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church and Founder of Pillars Ministry. Eric and Curtis discuss how “average” church members can have a significant role in the counseling ministries in their churches and communities. Continue reading