In this episode of Counsel the Word Keith Palmer talks with Stephen Yuille about how the Bible and the Gospel of Jesus Christ are indeed adequate to address the topics of worry and fear. The following questions are discussed: How does the Bible help us to understand the nature of fear and worry? Distinguishing between […]

In this episode of Counsel the Word Keith Palmer talks with Bryan Gaines about ways to help busy families and the challenges that busy families face. The following questions are discussed: How does the Bible help us think about priorities and family? Specific ways families can prioritize abiding in Christ and delighting in Him. How […]

In this episode of Counsel the Word Keith Palmer talks with Kevin Carson about biblical counseling and happiness and how we can find joy even in the midst of difficult circumstances. The following questions are discussed: How does the bible help us understand how to find Joy in difficult circumstances?   How would you pastorally help […]

In this episode of Counsel the Word Keith Palmer talks with Keith Christensen about the importance of repentance in biblical counseling. The following questions are discussed:  What is biblical Repentance? Why is repentance important?  What does it mean to say that the normal christian life is a life of repentance? What does biblical repentance look […]

In this episode off Counsel the Word, Keith Palmer talks with Brent Osterberg about the importance of the worship service in counseling. In this conversation the following questions are discussed: How does biblical counseling and discipleship relate to the churches corporate worship service? How can the worship service and those who plan the service promote […]

In this episode of Counsel the Word Keith Palmer talks with Jim Newheiser about how to handle abuse cases in the local church. You can learn more about Jim Newheiser at ibcd.org or at RTS.edu.

In this episode, Keith Palmer talks with Pastor Brent Osterberg of Living Hope Bible Church about how to help those struggling with scrupulosity, or religious OCD. Brent has also contributed a blog series on this topic as well as a message during our 2017 annual conference on the same topic.

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