New Conference Video Curriculum | Emotions
Your emotions are an overflow and expression of your heart, revealing what you care most about. Your heart is at the center of who you are as a person and is always living in relationship with God. In this way emotions can help you notice and then evaluate what you love. But emotions can at times be confusing, making it hard to know and express your thoughts, desires, and concerns. In response to this confusion, people tend to either embrace or avoid their emotions. What you will learn through this study is that God invites you to engage with your emotions by engaging with him.
Journal of Biblical CounselingVol. 33 | No. 01
Breaking New GroundFree Editorial Article
In his editorial, Dr. Powlison asks: How do we hold fast to our core biblical commitments—and at the same time continue to extend the scope and depth of counseling implications and applications? How do we pursue fresh insights—while standing firm on familiar ground? The answer lies in godly wisdom that keeps the Lord in view and sets the path for the never-static path of growing practical theological wisdom.
Robyn and Alasdair talk about headship in marriage. Additional Resource: Ancient Text Meets the 21st Century: Submission in Marriage by Robyn Huck Use Coupon Code: podcast
Alasdair and Todd sit down and talk about “Understanding Shame.” Additional Resource: The Gospel for Shame by Ed Welch
Ed and Alasdair sit down and talk about “The Danger of Being Practical in Counseling”. Additional Resource: Relational Wisdom: A Better Kind of Smart by Ken Sande
Alasdair and Todd discuss the topic of methodology for counselors. Additional Resource: 50 Years: How CCEF Has Grown—and Seeks to Keep Growing by Ed Welch
Alasdair, Mike, and Aaron discuss the topic of self care for counselors. Additional Resource: Persevering in Ministry by Mike Emlet Use code: podcast