Ed Welch defines addictions to be primarily a matter of worship. Practical help at the end of each chapter on “As you face your own addiction” and “As you help someone else.”
Stress is part of everyone’s daily life. John MacArthur believes that peace is not just possible but commanded in scripture.
Ed Welch helps us view brain disorders through the lens of scripture. He helps the counselor distinguish genuine brain disorders from problems of the heart.
Hedges and Whitney claim that it is God’s purpose to change us by progressively making us more like Jesus.
A companion volume to "Competent to Counsel, The Christian Counselor's Manual" applies the principles of nouthetic counseling to a wide variety of situations. It is an outstanding reference book for Biblical counselors.
Designed for “non-professional” counselors who want to help marriages in the local church, Holmes offers solid biblical theology and methodology to work through nine of the most common topics in marriage counseling.
This book provides careful exegesis of Scripture and helpful case studies to demonstrate how to provide biblical, gospel-centered counseling to broken and hurting people.
"Counseling the Hard Cases" uses true stories of real patients to show how God’s Word can bring hope and healing to those who struggle with the most difficult psychiatric diagnoses.
Kellemen mines Martin Luther’s writings and other first-hand accounts to show how Luther’s gospel-centered pastoral care transformed his approach to soul care.
A 45-day devotional series intended for those struggling with addiction. This is filled with scripture designed to give you God’s perspective on your struggle and transformation.
Addiction is voluntary slavery. God’s word provides hope and a way out. These ten lessons are designed as a small group study for those struggling with addiction.
See how the truth of the culture surrounding our pastors is spiritually unhealthy. This environment can actively undermine the well-being and effectiveness of church leaders and the entire church body.
Shaw’s stated purpose in this book is to “bring encouragement and hope to the friend, family member, spouse, and loved one of the addict.” He relies on a firm biblical foundation to bring hope and help.
Life is full of problems that can bring us down. Mack draws out biblical counsel for people suffering from worry, spiritual burnout, self-pity, discontentment, discouragement, perplexity, and hopelessness.
This manual is designed to mobilize the priesthood of believers so that churches become places of biblical counseling. It provides ways for relating gospel truths to people’s lives.
Lambert lays out eight gospel-centered strategies for overcoming pornography’s lure. See how the gospel applies to this particular battle and how Jesus can move readers from a life of struggle to a life of purity.
How should Christians respond to a diagnosis of dementia in themselves or in a loved one? Dunlop provides a biblical lens through which we understand the experience and challenge of this life-changing disease.
Is it biblical to simply forgive and forget? Adams dispels misconceptions about forgiveness, reveals God’s true plan for absolution, and shows how to apply it to your own relationships.
This book provides real, raw, honest, and hopeful conversations about suffering, loss, and grief from a Christian perspective.
"Good and Angry" offers help for people who struggle with irritation, complaining, or bitterness and gives guidance for how to respond constructively when life goes wrong.
Depression and bipolar disorder are commonly diagnosed in medicine today. "Good Mood, Bad Mood" examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have changed how we label our sad moods.
Building on the foundation of the written Word, it provides a gospel-centered resource for understanding people, diagnosing problems, and prescribing biblically-based solutions. (The first volume in "The Equipping Christian Counselors Series").
Bob Kellemen believes the best way to learn counseling is by doing it. "Gospel Conversations" is the second volume in "The Equipping Biblical Counselors Series," a comprehensive relational training curriculum for the local church.
Idols we might not even see can still have devastating effects on our lives. Bigney helps us identify our idols, understand how they cause us to commit treason against the gospel. Repent and root them out forever.
Loss came suddenly to Jerry Sittser. A car accident claimed his mother, his wife, and his young daughter. He walks through his own grief and loss to show that new life is possible.
Richard Baxter lost his wife Margaret at the age of forty-five. He sought relief in Scripture and the discipline of writing. The result is this memoir.
This devotional suggests resources to help you apply gospel truth to your grief. Be honest with your grief and give voice to it and see how you can find comfort and bring comfort to others.
A quick reference guide for counselors, covering all aspects of counseling. Adams addresses procedures and common problems.
We can never plan for the events that lead to great personal suffering. She guides the reader through pain to God’s heart using the story of Job. (Includes an 8-week study of Job for those who want to dig deeper.)
Dr. Yuan explores the concept of holy sexuality--chastity in singleness or faithfulness in marriage--in a practical and relevant manner, equipping readers with a theology of sexuality.
Mack provides help for counselors needing specific assignments for counselees. This volume deals with personal and interpersonal struggles in over 30 categories such as anger, communication, dating, pride, sexual problems, and work
The second volume of Mack’s homework manuals is designed for counselors wanting to give specific assignments. Dr. Mack focuses on family and marital problems. He covers topics such as communication, developing common interests, child rearing, and family religion.
Boisvert and Mahaney provide here a handbook for the art of biblical sanctification. It is filled with tough truths and thought-provoking quotes that will challenge every honest and committed believer to evaluate their attitudes toward sin and the sanctification process.
D.A. Carson is regarded as one of the most respected evangelical scholars today. He brings a careful examination of key biblical passages to address the themes of suffering and evil.
"How People Change" explains how biblical change happens in your life. This study guide is based on principles from the companion book. It may be used for church-wide training, small group or one-on-one discipleship.
“The book that answers all the questions you hoped you’d never have to ask.” This volume tackles practical and touchy subjects from what happens to the body in old age from driving to finding and paying for a nursing home.
"Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands" shows how God uses people in need of change to help other people in need of change. A facilitator guide with detailed lesson-by-lesson preparation instructions.
Paul David Tripp explains how God uses “all of my people, all of the time” in the sanctification of the believer. We are not to be consumers in the ministry of the body, but committed participants.
This is a classic volume on sex and sexuality from a Christian perspective. This is a complete sex manual, with illustrations, basic concepts, and frank discussion of all aspects of human sexuality.
Written from the perspective of two mature Christian wives and Bible teachers "Intimate Issues" is biblical and informative.
At least one in three women have endured some form of abuse in their lifetime. "Is It My Fault?" provides hope through the transformational biblical message of grace and redemption.
Mack and Howard explore the intersection between God’s love and his justice. They offer biblical help to those who are tempted to complain about their lot in life. Readers learn to rest in God’s attributes of love, justice, omniscience, and omnipotence.
Steve Mawhorter talks about 35 real-life stories from his 20 years as a biblical counselor. He extracts principles from each story and then applies those principles to biblical counseling ministry.
More than 80 percent of all Americans have been on some kind of diet. Fitzpatrick helps readers discover the power food has over their lives and then how to identify destructive eating habits, break the cycle of emotional eating and develop a flexible plan suited to unique situations.
Look at the answers given in God's Word addressing crucial questions relating to the complexities of marriage, divorce, and remarriage.
Christians used to hate, fear, flee and grieve over their sin, but that awareness has changed over the past few decades. Sin still corrupts, and can lead us sin to addiction. Sharpen your awareness to the beauty of grace.
Learn how to live and die like we believe the gospel is true. 22 short meditations from reformed and contemporary theologians provide readers with a challenge and hope on this topic.
God calls the lost to come to Him, especially the prodigals. Explained by a homosexual man and his mother, read about their journey and grasp their vision for holy sexuality and ministering to the homosexual community.
Depression is a scary word. If you’re experiencing depression, it’s scary for obvious reasons. If someone else says they’re experiencing depression it’s scary because we usually have no idea what to say or how to help. This book simplifies the massive topic of depression into three categories and in doing so, by using tons of Bible passages, strips away the cloud of mystery surrounding this topic and helps us understand it from God’s perspective. Depression is still hard, but this book will help you grow through it, not just go through it.
As you identify the source of fear, worry and anxiety, you'll discover specific strategies to overcome it. God gives us His strength and love as we cast our cares on Him.
Rely fully on God's Word to develop a structure to learn to cope with pain, illness and disappointment in the book "Pain."
Conflict is unavoidable and it can seem impossible to overcome it. "The Peacemaker" is full of biblical wisdom and usefull suggestions that can be applied to any relationship needing reconciliation.
In the life of faith, tribulations come our way as we have yet to enter the kingdom of God. We suffer for the faith and we suffer with faith. Gain biblical perspecitive, direction and hope from this book.
A great resource for the Biblical counseling ministry, this reference provides practical direction and sound teaching in many subjects. (A great aid to the working counselor who needs a quick reference guide.)
Gain scriptural answers to guide the wounded hearts and souls of God's people. Psychology has infiltrated the church, and churches must look to the Bible as their sole counseling resource.
Dealing with your past does not mean suppressesing the brokenness or making the past more important than the present and future. Instead, use Scripture to replace guilt and despair with forgiveness and hope, turning failure into a stepping stone for growth.
"Ready to Restore" is neither simplistic, nor superficial, but a complete, systematic course. It provides essential elements of counseling useful for study groups, bible colleges, church leaders and individual study.
Cultivating death awareness brings the promises of Jesus into the everyday problems of our world.
This book explains some of the major blocks to healing and how to pray through them.
Although this book is primarily written for those who have been assaulted, it also equips family friends, pastors and others to care for victims.
John MacArthur offers truth from God’s word that puts the doubts of any grieving parent to rest.
This book blends theological wisdom with practical expertise to equip pastors, church leaders, counseling practitioners and students.
Dr. Mast highlights the power of the gospel for those suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. He answers common questions about the disease, giving practical suggestions as to how the church can offer help and hope.
Look at psychological issues in light of biblical counseling. This book contains great exegesis of scripture with an emphasis on mental and spiritual health.
A thorough, in-depth discipleship training resource that teaches us how to study the scriptures for answers to life’s problems.
This honest and direct, yet kind and caring, book points us to the only place we can find help for sexual brokenness – the transforming grace of Jesus Christ.
A perfect book if you are feeling left out or marginalized because it will help you understand that all Christians are loved by God.
This book offers a practical viewpoint to those who haven’t closed their minds to a biblical perspective on “living together.”
A book explaining how to make biblically wise and God-honoring decisions.
We should not be surprised by suffering; instead, we should expect pain and sorrow in this life.
A resource to use in training biblical counselors at colleges, seminaries and training institutes which demonstrates how theology intersects with the lives of actual counselees.
After a loved one dies, it can be hard to think of living life normally again. "Traveling through Grief" focuses on the five common tasks of grief.
This discussion guide to "Trusting God" features discussion questions about what the Bible says about God’s sovereignty.
"Unashamed" is an invitation to not only be healed of our own shame, but be part of the healing for others.
A book of expanded Bible studies to help you develop Godly eating habits. It's a lot more about discipline that it is about food.
Move beyond the wounds and baggage of bitterness, disagreements and broken relationships, as we learn to forgive others as God forgave us.
Removing deep-rooted anger goes beyond efforts to be patient with others. Learn how to effect Godly change with this practical Christ-centered resource.
A warm and sensitive book that explores what the Bible says about infertility, and how to help the church walk alongside the couple wanting children.
This book directs us to a renewed reliance on our heavenly father’s abundant grace to people doing their best to communicate well.
Sound, compassionate and biblically accurate advice for when homosexuality becomes a part of your family.
In dark times, we feel isolated, confused and alone. Everyone experiences suffering. These emotions are clearly expressed in the book of Psalms.
A great resource to help you uncover the spiritual dimension of people-pleasing. You will gain insight to the comparison of God, ourselves and others.
Gain insight into the physical side of depression and spiritual darkness, and what it means to wait on the Lord.
Explore the family dynamics involved when a loved one dies, and see how grief can actually pull a family closer together.
A book that guides women toward God and away from despair when a husband’s addiction to pornography leaves them feeling shattered, betrayed and alone.
Learn how to move from bitterness to blessing by choosing forgiveness.
"Why Does it Have to Hurt?" looks into scripture to help us understand the meaning of suffering and why we suffer.
Biblical guidance on how to balance medical intervention with Biblical encouragement.
"You Can Change" is about heart change, not behavior change. The author seeks to help everyday Christians with their specific sin or struggle by studying truths from God's Word.