No doubt, there are many people who read biographies out of curiosity. With the release of a biography of some prominent historical figure, there are those who pick up the book off Amazon because they are fascinated by the individual and they want to know more. Why was this person the way he was? […]
Pleasing God by Receiving from Him In Part 1 of this blog series on what it means to God, we saw that the first step toward pleasing God is to think of him as a mountain spring, and not as a watering trough. That is, the way to please God is not to do […]
The Goal of Counseling — and of Life A tool I have used many times — for myself and for counselees — is an assignment to ask oneself the following question at least 25 times throughout the day: “I am here to glorify God — how am I doing right now?”1 This goes with […]
Note: This post is part three of a three-part series looking at the meditation of the heart and mind. Read also part one and two of this post. In The Heavenly Trade, Bartholomew Ashwood wrote that “Meditation chews the cud, and gets the sweetness and nutritive virtue of the Word into the heart and […]
This is Session 8 of Track 2 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church. This answers questions 12, 14, 19, & 20 of the ACBC counseling exam.