Key Counseling Issues

"But the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easy to be
intreated, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality, and without hypocris" (James 3:17).

A faith-based counseling session should begin and end with prayer, and include the elements of listening compassionately, empathizing, sharing experiences - and leading the counselee to an understanding of the truth about the issue under discussion, as taught in the Word. 

We must never forget that the Holy Spirit is always the primary Counselor, and He works powerfully through the Bible.  This course examines many counseling issues from A to Z, reviewing what God's Word says about each.

Part 1

 

Part 2

Abortion
Decision Making
   
Inferiority Complex
Rejection
Accountability
Depression
   
Insomnia
Repentance
Adultery
Discouragement
   
Laziness
Rest
AIDS
Divorce
   
Lust
Self-Control
Anger
Doubt
   
Lying
Sexual Abuse
Betrayal
Eating Disorders
   
Marriage
Suffering
Bitterness
Evil Desires
   
Money
Suicide
Blaming
False Guilt
   
Obedience
Temptations
Choices
Fear
   
Pornography
Trials
Competition
Forgiveness
   
Poverty
Unemployment
Confrontation
Gossip
   
Priorities
Waiting on the Lord
Crisis
Grief    
Quiet Time
Workplace Issues
Death
Homosexuality
Worry

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