As anyone who ministers to others knows, our ability to biblically care for others flows from the Lord’s work in our own hearts. Our ability to help others who are struggling with sin and to deal with the concerns of our own lives is directly related to how we have allowed the Lord and His Word to challenge our sin and help us to lean on Him in the circumstances of life. Continue reading
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Biblical Counseling Training Conference
Called to Counsel – 2018 Association of Biblical Counselors National Conference
Fort Worth, TX
IBCD – Loving Wayward Souls
San Marcos, CA