What does the Bible say about how the devil operates? What do we as believers need to do to protect ourselves from the devil’s schemes? Can a Christian be possessed by a demon? How do we as handle the demonic during the context of Biblical Counseling?   The Devil   “Be of sober spirit, be […]

There are a few instances in which a counselor would want to conclude a counseling case. Some of the reasons are encouraging reasons, for example, if the counselee is now equipped to handle his problems. Some of the reasons are less encouraging, such as when the counselee is opposing or unwilling to receive the counsel. […]

  “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7     Anxiety and fear are two words that many people are using […]

Churches have too long forsaken their role in counseling. “Let’s leave these complex issues up to the medical professionals” has been said by far too many pastors. “Let’s instruct counselees on how the Bible applies to their situation and walk with them in their journey, whether or not it may include medical assistance in addition […]

True versus False Repentance   What is repentance? Is it required for salvation? How do we know when someone has truly repented? Repentance is not just a resolution to do better. Many people make New Year’s resolutions only to have them go by the wayside before the end of January. Repentance is not feeling badly […]

Trichotomy vs Dichotomy Nouthetic Counseling, also known as Biblical Counseling, holds to a Dichotomist view of man, as opposed to a Trichotomist view. Dichotomist state that man consists of two, and only two parts: body and soul. The Westminster Confession of Faith, says this about the parts of man: “The bodies of men, after death, […]