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” Life in a fallen world involves many forms of suffering, including medical diseases,...
” Self-hate is a subterranean problem, usually buried deep under layers of relational...
” This workshop will help those who have been diagnosed with PTSD and those who counsel...
Suffering is a part of a sovereign saving God’s plan. This session gives an overview of suffering from God’s perspective as outlined in the book of 1 Peter. It also unpacks specific texts to use in counseling those who are facing and suffering injustice.
How can you help a terminally ill person face death with hope in Christ? This workshop discusses the need to speak the truth in love to the terminally ill for the purpose of building them up at the very time that their body or mind is wasting away.
The storms of life can appear in so many forms. What does God look like in your storm? This session focuses on how an understanding of His mercy and sovereignty can bring you comfort and give you a steadfast heart in the midst of the storm.
The past for many women includes hard, life-changing experiences. Life in the aftermath can leave them feeling that they are less than they once were. This workshop will explore God’s purposeful and loving use of these experiences to show His power and love.
Sometimes in life we face situations that seem overwhelmingly hopeless. 1 Peter 4:1-5:14 reminds us that Christians should not be surprised when they face such situations and that they can have hope because God is at work.
How do we care for others when we just don’t feel like it? This message will discuss the call for Christians to care for others, the challenges that arise in caring for others, and what we shoulld do when our emotions run contrary to this.
Christ cares for his people so much that he was made like them in every respect. He did this that he might become a merciful and faithful high priest who can help them in their temptations. We are encouraged to care for others when we see how much Christ cares for them.
The Book of Esther is the story God’s work “hidden” in the midst of great suffering. This workshop will help counselors learn to use this important book with their suffering counselees and will remind us all that God is at work, even when we don’t see His hand.
Is it okay for Christians to use pain medicine? How much is too much? How do you know if you are addicted? Dr. Charles Hodges, MD. discusses what the Bible has to say about struggling with physical pain and the use of medication to treat it.