Resources

 At our April meeting we discussed the topic of “Fruit and Root”. A number of resources were mentioned. You will find them here:
Care Model
Case Study
Gospel Glue
Homework
HRQ Tool
Throne of Heart
X Ray Questions
Fruit to Root

Books mentioned at the Morning with Pastors are as follows:
Counterfeit Gods by Tim Keller
How People Change by Timothy Lane & Paul Tripp
Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands by Paul Tripp
Seeing with New Eyes by David Powlison
Dangerous Calling by Paul Tripp

HERE is a great video by Heath Lambert (Director of the ACBC) answering the question of why counsel.

Are you interested in becoming a certified biblical counselor? Follow this link

If you’re interested in the connection between worship, idolatry and mental health, you can find audio, video, and a written transcript here.

Did you know counseling is not a choice for pastors, counselors and disciple-makers? Listen to this workshop by David Powlison at the Gospel Coalition National Conference in 2011.

If you have questions about the Counseling Movement, read this blog post by Bob Kelleman, former Executive Director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition for an overview of counseling and a review of The Biblical Counseling Movement by David Powlison.

Do you need encouragement? You can find information regarding the human, relational component of good counseling in this interview with David Powlison.

If you’re looking for information on the biblical counseling movement, mental health, and the medical community, here is a statement by Heath Lambert, Director of the Association of Biblical Counselors.

 

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