This is definitely not an exhaustive list of mistakes we as counselors might make. It is also true that, despite our best efforts, biblical counseling may not produce change, and there can be many factors involved there. It is always a grief to me when a counselee decides to stop coming, or I have to dismiss her because she is not participating or is not motivated to change. But God forbid that the failure would be on my part.Read More
I am more grieved than ever about the worldliness I see among Christian women. We must repent! We are to draw near to God instead, seeking Him and His holiness and doing the things He wants us to do. We must not befriend the world and its philosophy of life which says that these kinds of behaviors are acceptable.Read More
Halo Data is a valuable tool to utilize when considering progress, for example, in the instance of depression.
“Halo Data…like change for the better in appearance, cheerfulness, hope, growing confidence, enthusiasm… give strong indications of progress.” ~ Dr. Jay Adams
A woman’s wrong view of sex may be built on the world’s view of sex which includes pornography, sexual assault as portrayed on television and in movies, and even the sexual immorality of fornication and adultery. If this is a woman’s only frame of reference she will certainly have a less than favorable view.Read More
Another area in which communication is critical is the timing of the sexual relationship. Both husbands and wives often lead very busy lives and have demanding schedules that include activities that go well beyond the normal work day, especially if there are children involved. Carving out the time necessary to maintain a sexual relationship is going to be a matter of communication.Read More
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