“Why Should Pastors Do the Time-Consuming Work of Counseling?” Counseling ministry brings tremendous blessings, and a pastor can’t afford not to counsel. “Learn how to counsel so that you don’t have to refer. If you have to refer, invest the time to go with some of your people to counseling. Become part of the process, and share in the blessing while you get some training.”
Queries and Controversies: Why Should Pastors Do the Time-Consuming Work of Counseling?
Author: Howard A. Eyrich Date: January 01, 1995
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- Queries and Controversies: Why Should Pastors Do the Time-Consuming Work of Counseling?
- Book Review: If I Should Die Before I Wake by K. Scott Oliphint and Sinclair Ferguson
- Review of Let the Reader Understand by McCartney and Clayton
- Preaching to the Secular Mind
- Mental Illness is Still a Myth
- Anger Part 1: Understanding Anger
- The Christian Approach to Schizophrenia
- Insight into Multiple Personality Disorder
- The Proverbs and the Art of Persuasion
- Do You Have Any Idea?