Ed Welch

Ed Welch  - Minibooklet  - Mar 19, 2014

You hurt yourself to feel better, but the relief never lasts. If you or someone you love feels trapped in a cycle of intentional self-injury, there is hope in the gospel that is better than the quick fix of self-injury.

Exposing the familiar motivations like fear and anger that drive self-injury, Edward T. Welch reveals what the behavior says about us and about God. He presents the Psalms as a God-honoring way to give expression to our deepest pain. With nine action steps, this minibook will help set strugglers on the path to hope and healing in Christ.

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Ed Welch  - Minibooklet  - Mar 19, 2014

You’ve tried to stop more times than you can count. Now you’ve given up. Can someone who can’t “just say no” really change? There is hope—if you are willing to look deeper than your addictive behavior. 

Ed helps you face what fuels your addiction and takes you straight to the heart of what your addiction reveals about you and your relationship with God. You will discover your true motives and discover that true change is possible—one small step at a time.

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Ed Welch  - Minibooklet  - Mar 19, 2014

Why did I do that? Behind every choice is a motive–like pleasure, comfort, or control. Motives can be hard to identify and even harder to change. Edward T. Welch shows all who are perplexed by their own choices that God’s word alone can transform our motives and move us toward the lasting change we desire. Pointing us to the Bible for practical help, Welch suggests three manageable steps toward change. As we grow in our understanding of God, he explains, we will discover that we are already on the path to making new choices that honor God and bless others.

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Ed Welch  - Minibooklet  - Mar 19, 2014

Behaviors often associated with Attention Deficit Disorder:

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Ed Welch  - Minibooklet  - Mar 19, 2014

Lost ambition. Emotional numbness. Fear and withdrawal. Fatigue. Marks of what is commonly called depression.

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Ed Welch  - Blog Post  - Mar 13, 2014

If you follow any regular news sources, you will hear about recent studies of the brain that claim amazing things. Similarly, nearly every week I receive a brochure about some seminar that will allegedly equip me to help re-wire somebody’s brain through counseling techniques. That seems quite powerful, and should make some of us wonder if Scripture is a less powerful means of help than the neurosciences. 

With this in mind, here is a brief update on four types of work going on in this field.  

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Ed Welch  - Blog Post  - Mar 05, 2014

So many things in life seem relatively straightforward on our first pass. Later we discover that there is more to it. For example, at first, all deciduous trees seem to look alike—tall and leafy. Gradually though, our eyes can tell the difference between oaks, maples, poplar and ash. Finer discriminations come over time. We could also do the same with fear, anger, bipolar . . . almost any category. And we can do it with addictions.

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Ed Welch  - Video  - Feb 25, 2014

Is it a sin to be afraid? Ed Welch answers this question that is on the hearts of many Christians who struggle with fear.

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Ed Welch  - Blog Post  - Feb 19, 2014

Why does it bother me when I hear about “emotional dysregulation”? It’s just a fancy term that identifies emotions that have run amok. That kind of thing happens in life, so why am I so concerned about the words used for it? 

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Ed Welch  - Video  - Feb 04, 2014

Ed Welch sits down and discusses how to help someone in the midst of a panic attack.

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