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Speak The Truth
Apr 27, 2019
Ep. 5 God & Counseling Part 2: The Distinct Role of The Son in Counseling
Play • 31 min
John Frame :
Systematic Theology An Introduction to the Christian Faith
Tim Challies -
Biblical Counseling Basics
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Feb 21, 2021
EP. 83 Reaching The Unreached Deaf & Hard of Hearing Community: Interview W/The Burgeron's of Austin Stone Community Church
In this episode, hosts, Mike & Shauna, are joined with John & Shelly Bergeron of Austin Stone Community Church in Austin, TX to discuss their involvement with the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Community and their ministry impact with the third most unreached people group in the world. There are less than 400 people in full-time ministry serving the deaf community.
Jan 24, 2021
EP. 82 Anxiety: Anatomy & Cure W/Author Bob Kellemen
In this episode, hosts, Mike, Shauna, Jeremy, and author of "Anxiety: Anatomy & Care", Bob Kellemen discuss the anatomy of anxiety from a deeply theological lens. In this biblical applicational study, Bob lays out a proper Christian view of anxiety from creation to Fall to Redemption to consummation. Along the way, he helps us apply the gospel to our daily lives and reclaim anxiety for what it should be-vigilance to motivate us to do God's work.
Jan 10, 2021
EP. 81 Interview W/Author & Professor Bob Kellemen - Gospel Centered Marriage & Family: Equipping Guides for Pastors and Counselors
In this episode, hosts, Mike, Shauna, and Jeremy talk with our special guest, Bob Kellemen to discuss his two new book series on marriage and family counseling; Gospel-Centered Marriage Counseling and Gospel-Centered Family Counseling: Equipping Guides for Pastors and Counselors. And just as the titles suggest, these books are a "must-have" for helping equip the local church and biblical counseling organizations' counselors. They discuss how to use these resources as user manuals - helping equip the counselor to equip the couple and the family to be their own best biblical counselors. Bob shares the four compass points, sustaining, healing, reconciling, and guiding to help the counselors think through the theology of marriage and family counseling as well as a methodology for equipping couples and families.