Archive for Month: November 2008
The Importance of Language – Psychology vs. Bible
Many do NOT see the importance of language. Words point us in a direction. They are NOT neutral. For biblical counselors, we are constantly redefining and renaming psychological observations and descriptions with biblical words for the heart issues behind the behaviors (like using the word “habitual” rather than “compulsive” and calling something a “sin” rather than a “disease”). For example, […]
Are you "Embracing Accusation" ??
This song by Shane & Shane from their album PAGES is so moving…. What do you think? [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xqz1Y_YRlT4] -Jason (He redeemed us from the curse of the law!)
A great question by a THANKFUL 8 year old before Thanksgiving…
I just want to thank you all for your prayer support this past year. We have needed it and the hurting souls we care for in biblical counseling sessions need it, too. I love November primarily for the reason of Thanksgiving. It gives me an excuse to “boast about the Lord” and to share the Gospel. After hearing a Christmas song […]