Over the decades, the JBC has published more than 1000 articles. With so much content that explores ministry and life, it can be hard to know where to begin. This “Must Read” series provides carefully selected articles on key issues as an entryway into those decades of content.
This resource is available as an ebook*
This ebook* issue on methodology addresses the unique approaches used in biblical counseling ministry.
Includes articles by David Powlison, Lauren Whitman, Edward T. Welch, Aaron Sironi, Michael R. Emlet, and J. Alasdair Groves.
The mission of the Journal of Biblical Counseling (JBC) is to develop clear thinking and effective practice in biblical counseling. We seek to do this through publishing articles that faithfully bring the God of truth, mercy and power to the issues that face pastoral ministries of counseling and discipleship. See subscription options here and Kindle editions here.
*Note: This resource comes in a downloadable PDF format.
Publication Year: 2016
Format: Digital Book (PDF)
Familial Counseling: The Paradigm for Counselor-Counselee Relationships in 1 Thessalonians 5 – David Powlison
What Does a Good First Session Look Like? – Lauren Whitman
Ten Ways Ordinary People Can Help Those with Psychiatric Problems – Edward T. Welch
Evaluating a Person with Suicidal Desires – Aaron Sironi and Michael R. Emlet
Listening to Prozac…and to the Scriptures: A Primer on Psychoactive Medications – Michael R. Emlet
When Should Counseling End? – J. Alasdair Groves