Today, we are announcing the option to watch case studies guided by certified biblical counselors from Reigning Grace Counseling Center. These are the some of the same case studies we offer in our training courses that are accepted by the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC), and the International Association of Biblical Counselors (IABC) to fulfill their certification requirements.Read More
Licensed therapy requires that the relationship remain clinical. Once counseling is over, the relationship is also over. As biblical counselors, we often counsel friends, and sometimes we become friends with our counselees after the counseling ends. Our counselees are not just “clients”, they often are our brothers and sisters in Christ.Read More
For those of us in the trenches of biblical counseling, there is always the danger of becoming several things we don’t want to become. So in no particular order, here are three of the dangerous directions we can go as we face the sin and sorrow of a hurting world.Read More
Self-counsel means that when someone is struggling with sin or suffering, she can turn to God’s Word for answers. She can read, study, memorize and pray as she seeks to bring the gospel to bear on her struggle. In that process, God can reveal her heart issues, and she can focus on mind renewal as she repents of her sin. This is how we are all to live, every day, as self-counselors.Read More
The discipler focuses on specific applications of biblical principles in the life of their student. Many of these principles are related to foundational truths or developing a solid theology. As the discipler, you must have a theological foundation and a knowledgeable intimacy with Christ.Read More
We are not a licensed counseling agency, nor are we psychologically or medically trained therapists. We offer ‘pastoral’ counseling intended to bring life change through heart change.