In this article, Lawrence Henning describes his journey working for the mental health community and his later change of vocation to a pastor. Henning discusses observations he has had about clergy, psychology and his clients. He concludes his article encouraging the reader to approach psychology within the context of its limits and with an appreciation of the value and uniqueness of the pastoral call.
Notes from Going the Other Way
from the Journal of Biblical Counseling 7:4 | 1985