thoughts

Taking Your Thoughts Captive!

Your thoughts can start a spiral into depression–or help you out of a dark mood. This article by Joshua Waulk appeared first here at the Biblical Counseling Coalition and is used with permission. Use it to encourage your heart or to help your counselees. –Ed. “I’m stuck, and I feel like God’s nowhere to be…

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walking

Keep Walking by Faith in Christ

Walking by faith in Christ–this phrase describes the Christian life. In this article by guest writer Paul Tautges, you’ll delve into Colossians 2:6-7 and discover what walking in faith really means. It appeared first here on his webside Counseling One Another and is used with permission. The Christian life is about walking with God, with…

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money

MONEY: Learn How to C.A.S.H. In!

Money. Most people think they have too little money in our age of discontentment, says guest writer Paul Tautges, a pastor and biblical counselor. In his article, which appeared first here on his website, he shares C.A.S.H., helping you gain a biblical perspective of wealth. His article is used with permission. We live in a…

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judge

3 Ways We Judge Wrongly

“Don’t judge me!” Who hasn’t heard these words? But should you judge another person? If so, how? What does the Bible say? This guest post by Pastor Paul Tauges, an ACBC Fellow, first appeared here on his website Counseling One Another, and is used with permission. Jesus instructed His disciples to judge righteous judgment (John…

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decisions

Decisions College Students Must Think Through

Decisions barrage college students — all of us, actually — as they explore their lives beyond parental instruction. This article by guest writer Joe Keller appeared first here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. Here are seven decision-making guidelines. The university years are filled with potential and opportunity. Students are exploring…

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nonstop talker

Nonstop Talker: When to Interrupt and How

The nonstop talker: You’ve met him or her in informal conversations and while counseling. So should you interrupt then? Is so, how? Guest writer Dr. Robert Jones of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary tackles this awkward dilemma in his article which first appeared here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. You…

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