Hunting for the Good in Others: If we were created to hear the praise and commendation of our Father and in fact “the world rings with praise,” why are our hearts so small, our eyes so nearsighted, and our mouths so stingy in praising others? Failing to affirm others is most often rooted in my heart. How is growing in esteeming (not flattering) others a fruit of soul-health, that which gives others a foretaste of heaven, and something to be desired?” This workshop will apply treasuring God’s handiwork in others to the family, friendships, and counseling ministry. Click here to download the outline for this session.
This lecture is from the 2013 National Conference, “Not Alone: The Relational Core of Life and Counseling.”