Peer pressure, co-dependency, the fear of man: how can someone escape being overly concerned about what others think? This session shows how knowing the holiness of God and learning to fear Him is the only cure for the situations when people seem big and God seems small.
Learning to treasure the Lord brings peace to burdened minds. This session gives a biblical perspective on counseling those with OCD and concludes with concrete examples of steps to take worrisome thoughts captive with Scriptural truths.
Some women live with husbands who routinely express anger in its many forms. The Bible gives direction on this subject. Counselors will be taught how to help these women before the anger of their husbands becomes abuse.
Emotional pain can be an opportunity when it calls attention to the fact that something is amiss with our hearts. This session explores several diagnostic questions to help determine the root cause of depression and anxiety and point us toward repentance and faith.
Is it really possible to obey God's command not to worry? Can we ever really trust him enough that we won't doubt his care and provision? This session examines what the gospel tell us about God’s ability and willingness to care for and provide for us.
Biblically “worry” or “anxiety” means to be drawn in different directions, to be distracted; to have anxious or distracting care. This session will help you to give gospel centered counseling to worriers by rooting the gospel obligations of Scripture in the gospel declarations.
Worry, anxiety and fear plague all of us at one time or another. On this side of the Fall fear seems to be etched into our nature. Yet God gives over 300 commands not to be afraid. This session examines the beautiful Words of Scripture that can bring peace to fearful people.