Part 2 of a 2 part series. In this article, Paul Tripp proposes that the right homework can focus data-gathering and cut through counselees’ mutual accusations and defensiveness, helping them to make progress outside of counseling sessions. Tripp gives many detailed examples of sample homework that contributes to various phases of counseling. He concludes that homework is not a luxury, rather it is a vital part of productive biblical counseling. Part 1 is in JBC 11:2 and Part 2 in JBC 11:3.
Transcript: Hi, my name is Alasdair Groves, and I’m the host of Where Life & Scripture Meet, a podcast of […]