Ed Welch

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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Ed Welch  - Blog Post  - Feb 03, 2014

I hate the prosperity gospel or any teaching that suggests good Christians will be healthy, wealthy and happy. As a counselor I see its wretched fruit. I hate it, and I am not alone. The number of haters is reaching a critical mass, maybe even a tipping point. But I can understand why this pernicious teaching endures. In many places, Scripture seems to teach it, so there will always be a contingent of prosperity folks among us.

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Ed Welch  - Book  - Jan 29, 2014

Shame Interrupted: How God Lifts the Pain of Worthlessness and Rejection

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Ed Welch  - Curriculum  - Jan 29, 2014

You know how anxiety and fear feels—your stomach drops, your neck tightens, your whole body tenses—but do you know what to do when anxiety fills your days and troubles your nights? You’ve probably already tried a few strategies, like denial or working harder, and noticed that they aren’t a permanent solution. If you are tired of dealing with anxiety and worry on your own, then this guide is just for you. As you go through each set of meditations, anxiety will gradually yield to hope, peace, and rest.

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Ed Welch  - Curriculum  - Jan 27, 2014

Everyone of us is a potential addict. And eventually, every addict finds himself at a crossroads.

In a pressure-filled world, the prospect of instant escape can be exhilarating. No matter the object—drugs, alcohol, food, gambling, or sex, just to name a few—addictions lure us. They extend the promise of pleasure. In the end, they deliver emptiness, death, and destruction. What began as an escape from the hassles of life becomes a form of bondage. Addiction is voluntary slavery. Change doesn't come easily. But change is possible!

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Ed Welch  - Curriculum  - Jan 27, 2014

Walking with an addict through the process of change takes wisdom, love, and perseverance.

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Ed Welch  - Book  - Jan 27, 2014

When People Are Big and God Is Small: Overcoming Peer Pressure, Codependency, and the Fear of Man

Overly concerned about what people think of you? Welch uncovers the spiritual dimension of people-pleasing and points the way through a true knowledge of God, ourselves, and others.

Book Details

240 pages
Publisher: P & R Publishing 
Publication Year: 1997
 

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