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Why We “Care” Instead of “Counsel” Each Other


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In the counseling ministry at his church, Robert Cheong found that people expected more from formally trained counselors and less from godly men and women equipped to help them grow in their Christian faith. Read about what happened after they replaced the word counseling with care.