Speak The Truth
EP. 32 Made To Minister Conference: Book Review With Author of Journey: A Path To Biblical Change - A Unique Resource Written For Anyone Experiencing Trials or Suffering
Nov 3, 2019 · 32 min
- Journey started as homework components that were created as counseling was happening.
- Application questions
- Theological concepts that continued to come up regardless of the format
- Drawing out charts with those who were being counseled, turning that into charts that could be reproducible.
- The counselor can actually use the book with those receiving biblical counseling - starting with the gospel and building on the gospel with theological tracks.
- Establishing the fundamentals with the counselee’s; who is God, what do they think about God, do they know how scripture reveals God.
- Each chapter has reflective questions that can be used with the counselee that interacts the material.
- The resource was written to bring someone along; a lay leader can use this resource with someone in the faith, at work, or someone who is beginning biblical counseling.
- The counselee’s use this book by reading the chapter as a homework assignment, talk about it, how it may have applied to the counselee’s life, and then answer the reflective questions, and then discuss them in the next session.
- It helps the counselee notice when they lean back into a man-centered perspective instead of a God-centered perspective.
Episode Resources: Journey: A Path To Biblical Change - Laura ChicaMade To Minister Website - ResourcesExperience Bible Studies - Emily Dempster & Julie Bernard