2019 National Conference Download
7 general sessions and 20 breakout sessions
We’re all prone to anxiety. It’s easy to understand why. We live in a world that is unstable and unpredictable. We care deeply about so much—our loved ones, our health, our careers—and yet we realize our inability to control any of it. An undercurrent of tension can ripple below the surface. Panic threatens to explode above the surface. Truly, anxiety can manifest itself in numerous ways, so how can we more deeply know the God of peace? He is a God who is near, so how can his voice become louder than our anxieties? How do his many promises settle into our hearts and lead us into trust and hope?
“Many times in our anxiety, depression, and hardships, we forget the Author of our story. What does it look like for me to remind someone that we can trust the Author who is good and faithful?” Additional Resource: How can I help my spouse through depression?
Ed and Alasdair discuss addictions. Additional Resource: Escape to Reality by David Powlison Use Coupon Code: podcast
Robyn and Alasdair talk about headship in marriage. Additional Resource: Ancient Text Meets the 21st Century: Submission in Marriage by Robyn Huck
Alasdair and Todd sit down and talk about “Understanding Shame.” Additional Resource: The Gospel for Shame by Ed Welch
Why We Sometimes Prefer to Keep God at a Distance
School of Biblical Counseling
2019 National Conference
October 11-13, 2019 · Birmingham, AL
We are stressed, anxious, preoccupied people. We have too much to do, and too little time and ability to do it all. When something is important to us—money, loved ones, responsibilities, possessions, success, reputation—we realize that we cannot control what happens.