worry

WORRY: A Plan to Stop Worry & to Trust

Worry is a continual tempation in life, isn’t it? And there are reasons to worry: ISIS, shootings, illness, mounting credit card debt, faltering relationships, rebellious kids, and on and on and on. But God says, Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to…

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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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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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Putting Your Past in Its Place

Discerning the truth about a person’s past helps counselors guide the suffering in their steps toward hope and healing. This article by Pastor Steve Viars appeared first here on Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. Suffering or sinning? One of the many encouraging trends in the biblical counseling movement is an increased emphasis…

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