A Master’s Degree in Counseling or Biblical Counseling?

Lilly Park

Lilly Park

Recently, I received an email from one of my graduate students who was contemplating a degree in biblical counseling or one that would allow her to work as a licensed counselor. Her questions and concerns were understandable. They were similar to the ones asked by other students. In particular, she wanted a female perspective. Continue reading

Why “Stop It” Doesn’t Work

Julie Ganschow

Julie Ganschow

Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues--Why Stop It Doesn’t Work

You’re reading Part Six of a multi-part Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues. Men—you’d be wise to read these too—to learn more about a biblical understanding of women and about biblical women’s ministry. Today’s post is from Julie Ganschow entitled Why “Stop It” Doesn’t Work. Continue reading

Motivated by Love

Shannon Kay McCoy

Shannon Kay McCoy

Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues--Motivated by Love

You’re reading Part Five of a multi-part Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues. Men—you’d be wise to read these too—to learn more about a biblical understanding of women and about biblical women’s ministry. Today’s post is from Shannon Kay McCoy entitled Motivated by Love. Continue reading

3 Principles to Consider During Marital Conflict

Eliza Jane Huie

Eliza Jane Huie

Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues--3 Principles to Consider During Marital Conflict

You’re reading Part Four of a multi-part Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues. Men—you’d be wise to read these too—to learn more about a biblical understanding of women and about biblical women’s ministry. Today’s post is from Eliza Jane Huie on 3 Principles to Consider During Marital Conflict. Continue reading

The Heart of Addiction

Julie Ganschow

Julie Ganschow

Addiction Series - The Heart of Addiction

Many addicts genuinely want to stop. They try to change their ways by determination, eliminating friendships, changing their course. These are certainly a part of what needs to be done, but these actions address the fruit of the problem, the end result of what is really a much deeper issue, because addictions are an issue of the heart. Continue reading