What Is The Difference Between Pastoral, Christian And Biblical Counselling?

What Is The Difference Between Pastoral, Christian And Biblical Counselling? Introduction Although the forms of counselling overlap, there are distinct differences between various types of counselling within a faith context. The purpose of Christian, pastoral, and biblical counselling is to provide support and guidance to individuals from a faith-based perspective. These types of counselling consider […]

Biblical Counselling for the world we live in.

Biblical counselling for the world we live in. In a world that is becoming increasingly secular, it’s more important than ever for Christians to be diligent in receiving biblical counselling. Pastors and church leaders must be equipped to provide effective counsel that speaks truth into the lives of those they shepherd. And while there are […]

What is Biblical Counselling?

How does Biblical counselling work, and where does it come from? As a Christian approach to counselling, biblical counsellors believe in the authority of Scripture as a source of wisdom and truth. Biblical counsellors use Scripture to guide their work. It is common for biblical counsellors to study the Bible, learn how to apply its […]

How to face the impossible.

How to face the impossible. What are the impossible situations that you are facing today? You don’t have to panic! You don’t have to give up! There is hope, an outcome, and a miracle in the waiting. Scripture: Exodus 14:12-31 Just for one moment, stand in Israel’s shoes. How would you feel? What would you […]

The (just being there) ministry.

Learning to provide comfort and encouragement for those experiencing dark days can be challenging. We are told that the “ministry of presence” (just being there) for others is what they need… but how does that work, practically? Whether you are a church leader, parent, spouse, friend, or in any role serving others, we all could […]

A Few Words on Atheism

Atheism has four primary forms. Typically, classical atheism denies the existence or reality of the God of a nation, and philosophical atheism tries to disturb faith in the existence of God, dogmatic atheism says there is no God or gods, and practical atheism is to live as if there was no God. Common to all […]

Part 4 Applications

Part 4 Applications As we consider the characteristics of the church in the last days, there are many applications we can make. We must examine our salvation. Second Corinthians 13:5 says, “Put yourselves to the test to see if you are in the faith; examine yourselves! Or do you not recognise regarding yourselves that Jesus […]

Burning Hearts in 2022

Burning Hearts in 2022 As another year is dawning, I desire it to be one that richly counts for God. I want it to be a spiritually prosperous and productive year. I want it to be the kind of year that I will look back in the years to come, and I will view it […]

In the Last Days, the Church Will Be Full of False Teachers – Part 3

Some insinuate themselves into households and captivate weak women who are overwhelmed with sins and led by various passions. Such women are always seeking instruction yet never arrive at a knowledge of the truth. Moreover, just as Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses, these people—who have warped minds and are disqualified in the faith—also oppose the […]

The Church in the Last Days Part 2 – Gregory Brown (Bible.org)

The Church in the Last Days – Part 2 of 4 Originally from – https://bible.org/seriespage/8-church-last-days-2-timothy-31-9 Part 2 In the Last Days, the Church Will Be Full of False Believers For people will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, arrogant, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, unholy, unloving, irreconcilable, slanderers, without self-control, savage, opposed to […]