Churches Equipped to Care (SI13)

Audios

Deeper Discipleship for the Unruly, Fainthearted, and the Weak 

We know we are to admonish the unruly, encourage the fainthearted and help the weak, but how do we really do that? This session will seek to answer that question with specific counsel and instruction for three case studies: Unbending Ursula, Worrisome Wanda, and Fragile Franny.

Helping Women Who Are Married But Lonely

Many married women feel alone and isolated from their spouse. How can we help women who find themselves in this situation? What does the Bible have to say about the intimacy we should have in marriage, and what should we do when we find our expectations are not being met?

Ministering to ADHD Patients and Their Families

Is your hyper thinking and wildly acting loved one a worse sinner than those calm family members; or is there something organic and biological contributing something to this? Or could it be both? This message seeks to give balanced answers to questions about ADHD.

Counseling People with Psychological Disorders

How do you help someone who already has many labels regarding their condition? In our heavily psychologized culture it can be hard to know the accuracy of these diagnoses.  This workshop aims to equip you to work with those who have diagnoses from the psychological community.

Caring for the Whole Person: Understanding the Influences of Nature & Nurture in Counseling

To what extent to our body (nature) and relationships (nurture) affect our hearts? This session discusses how God has created humans as complex creatures  that exist in a social context. Counselors must learn to care for the whole person to counsel effectively.

Gospel-Centered Marriage Counseling: Four Pillars for Glorifying God through Oneness in Marriage

Biblical marriage counseling must be built on God's narrative of the ultimate purpose of marriage. This session will look at typical problems that result when we do not define marriage base upon God and will discuss four pillars for building onenes in marriage.

Sharing Scripture and Soul: Five Biblical Portraits of the Biblical Counselor

We nurture a culture of care in the church when the Word of God is shared with the love of a father, mother, brother, child; and shared with the respect of a mentor! This session will discuss how a counselor's character and motivation profoundly impact the counseling process.

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