Women Helping Women: Develops a biblical counseling paradigm, and applies it to common problems that face women. Builds a persuasive argument for same-gender counseling. Does not resort to a victim or need theology in understanding women and their problems. Topics include marriage, adoption, sexual sin, medical problems particular to women, post abortion, abuse, singleness, rebellious teens, etc. “Each situation is submitted to close examination in the light of the Word of God, which claims to give everything necessary for life and godliness.”
Book Review: Women Helping Women by Carol Cornish and Elyse Fitzpatrick, Eds.
Author: Sharon B. Covington Date: January 02, 1997
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Other Articles Included in This Issue
- Letter to the Editor
- What Is Biblical Counseling, Anyway?
- Applying the Family Covenant Model, Part 3
- Queries & Controversies: What Assignment Can I Give a Counselee Who is a Poor Reader?
- Book Review: Alleluia by Michael Podesta
- Book Review: Women Helping Women by Carol Cornish and Elyse Fitzpatrick, Eds.
- Book Review: The Young Peacemaker Series by Corlette Sande
- Book Review: When People are Big and God is Small by Edward T. Welch
- How Jesus Loved the Sinful Woman and Simon the Pharisee
- Let Me Draw a Picture: The Slippery Slope
- Let Me Draw a Picture: Picturing the Heart of Conflict
- Getting to the Heart of Conflict: Anger Part 3
- How to Deal with Anger
- Learning the Fear of the Lord: A Case Study
- Incarnational Ministry: An Interview with Elizabeth Hernandez
- A Tribute to Pastor William Goode