Gospel-Centered Marriage Counseling: An Equipping Guide for Pastors and Counselors
ISBN: 0801094348
EAN13: 9780801094347
Language: English
Pages: 272
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 10.00" L x 7.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
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Pastors and counselors regularly minister to people whose marriages or families are in crisis. Tempers run high and feelings are brought low when a marriage is hurting or a family is in disarray. Pastors and counselors need practical, biblical help in order to connect their theological training to the reality of modern messy relationships. These how-to training manuals provide relevant, user-friendly equipping for pastors, counselors, lay leaders, educators, and students, enabling them to competently and compassionately relate God's Word to marriage and family life.
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From the Back Cover You can help hurting couples restore love, trust, and harmony When a marriage is in crisis, couples need practical help that acknowledges the realities of modern life without neglecting biblical principles. This user-friendly how-to manual provides that, enabling pastors and biblical counselors to competently and compassionately relate God's Word to specific situations in marriage counseling sessions. Gospel-Centered Marriage Counseling weds sound theology with practical explanations and applications to the actual counseling process. Every pastor and biblical counselor should add this important work to their library.-- Dr. Steve Viars, senior pastor, Faith Church, Lafayette, IN; author of Loving Your Community Bob has done the church and the biblical counseling world an enormous service in putting real feet on what marriage counseling looks like.-- Brad Bigney, lead pastor of Grace Fellowship (EFCA); author of Gospel Treason: Betraying the Gospel with Hidden Idols This is not just another book on marriage counseling; it is a training manual. Bob's writing is practical and biblical; he provides a step-by-step process, built firmly upon the gospel of grace, for learning how to help struggling marriages.-- Dr. Julie Ganschow, author of Living Beyond the Heart of Betrayal ; coauthor of A Biblical Counselor's Approach to Marital Abuse Robert W. Kellemen, PhD, is academic dean, dean of students, and professor of biblical counseling at Faith Bible Seminary in Lafayette, Indiana. Founder of RPM Ministries, he also served as the founding executive director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition and has pastored four churches. He is the author of over twenty books, including Gospel-Centered Counseling .

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