In this episode, Andrew Ray talks with Kevin DeYoung and David Powlison about making Scripture come alive for the listener, whether it is in a one-on-one conversation or preaching. The Scripture can speak to us in a myriad of ways, but how can we communicate that well to our listeners, whatever the context?
Issues in Biblical Counseling: This week we bring you an interview with David Powlison conducted by two students from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In this wide-ranging conversation, Dr. Powlison reveals fascinating details about how he became a biblical counselor and the early days of the biblical counseling movement, as well as insights into […]
In this episode, Andrew Ray talks with Mike Emlet and David Powlison on the subject of pride in counseling. The discussion is in response to a listener’s question: “I think that counselors have an incredible impact on people. How do you guard against pride and self-glorification?”
There may be no more cliché topic at the end of a year than “resolutions,” but David Powlison thinks Christians have something new and unique to say about it. For starters, we have One who keeps all the most important resolutions for us; One who never fails.
In this episode, Andrew Ray talks with Winston Smith and Cecelia Bernhardt about measuring success in counseling. Their discussion revolves around a listener’s question: “How do biblical counselors measure progress or regressions among their clients to measure the effectiveness of counseling?”