Low self-esteem is a catch-all term for profound questions relating to shame, guilt, regrets, self-evaluation, self-knowledge and sense of identity. What are the whys and wherefores of self-condemnation? What causes the heights and depths of a distorted self-image? How does knowing God correlate to knowing yourself? How does God patiently transform an ‘evil’ conscience into a ‘good’ conscience? This workshop will probe both the problem and the solution. Click here to download the outline for this session.
This lecture is from the 2012 National Conference, “Guilt and Shame.”
David Powlison serves as CCEF’s executive director, as a faculty member, and as senior editor of the Journal of Biblical Counseling. He holds a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania and an MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary.