The Beauty of Confrontation

Beverly Moore

Beverly Moore

Confrontation is not easy, but it glorifies God when we are willing to risk a person’s rejection and/or anger by speaking the truth in love when we see someone caught in sin. This demonstrates true love for God and for others and so fulfills God’s greatest commandments. Continue reading

An Open Letter to Those Nonchalant about Their Sexual Sin

Dear friend, Sex is like fire. When it blazes in the fireplace, a good fire warms and brightens the room, enhancing joy and companionship. But when fires ignite in the wrong places, the house burns down. Is your sexuality igniting in the wrong places? Are you treating sexual sin casually? How do you know when […]

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We Are Equally Sinful. We Are Not All Equally Broken or Toxic.

Brad Hambrick

Brad Hambrick

Admittedly, this post will be as uncomfortable as its title. But, then again, counseling is about very uncomfortable things. The concern I want to discuss is the tendency to assume that biblical principles like those found in I Corinthians 10:13 mean that all our struggles carry the same weight. The unintended consequence can be that abusive relationships receive the same counsel as garden-variety arguments and instances of low impulse control receive the same guidance as manic episodes.

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Distinguishing Between Guilt and Guilt

Robert Jones

Robert Jones

Skilled cardiologists make sharp distinctions in diagnosing a possible wide spectrum of heart problems. Skilled counselors as soul physicians must do the same. Let’s consider three biblical distinctions concerning guilt. Continue reading