While receiving my training in biblical counseling, I did not think that I would have so many opportunities to interact with non-Christians. Usually they have come because they were urged to do so by a Christian relative or friend. I welcome such opportunities, but working with them does present some interesting theological and practical challenges. Here are some of my thoughts on these important and challenging ministry opportunities. Continue reading
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