The Beautiful Broken Heart of the Gospel

Pat Quinn

Pat Quinn

The Beautiful Broken Heart of the Gospel

The gospel of Jesus’ suffering and sin bearing in our place meets our deepest needs for forgiveness, healing, transformation, and new life. It is the story we most want to be true but often struggle to truly believe. Biblical counseling is “evangelism to troubled people” and it is our privilege and responsibility to continually grow in creatively applying the gospel to ourselves and our counselees. Continue reading

Theospection

Kyle Johnston

Kyle Johnston

Easter 2014--Theospection

Engaging in focused times of prayer, fasting, reading, or reflection can be very helpful—for both counselors and counselees. However, there’s one very subtle danger involved in any time of reflection in which we are seeking renewal, and it’s this: renewal is not the result of introspection but theospection. Continue reading