Counseling Solutions Resources

Member Question – I’m 18-years old and have been thinking about becoming a biblical counselor. I love the LORD and would like to serve Him in some capacity. I also love the idea of counseling. What would you suggest for a person like me? Personal Transformation This is an awesome question and I’m glad you [. . .] Read More

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Death, taxes, and sinning are assured until Jesus comes back to pick us up to take us home. This piece is not about death or taxes. It is about sin, the thing we will never be able to completely eradicate from our lives. From a business perspective, sin is a good thing to pursue. Last [. . .] Read More

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I’ve heard it said, Love is a commitment accompanied by action with no expectation of anything in return, a statement that should not be supported by the Bible. To hold to this popularized view of love is to short-circuit some of the more beautiful contours of love, especially the reciprocation of love. Loving another person should [. . .] Read More

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Faith, whether good or bad, is an action that flows out of our truest heart commitment. This is how we all live. We only do (action) the things we believe (faith) we should do. Our faith is our belief system. To have faith does not necessarily mean biblical faith. It simply means we believe something [. . .] Read More

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I was born in the home of sinful parents. I had no choice. The LORD did not come to me pre-birth and ask for my parenting preferences. He gave me a set of parents and I was brought into the world. Reflecting back, it did not matter where I was born or who my parents [. . .] Read More

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The LORD regenerated me when I was twenty-five years old. Though it was a long time ago, I’m still amazed by His profound grace in my life. The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost. – 1 Timothy [. . .] Read More

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It is a tragedy that the matter of nonconformity has been treated by Christians at a shallow level. The simplistic way of not conforming is to see what is in style in our culture and then do the opposite. If short hair is in vogue, the nonconformist wears long hair. If going to the movies [. . .] Read More

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“I’m bored.” How many of us have heard this from a child? It seems boredom and children go hand-in-hand. What makes this so unusual in our day is there has never been a time in history where people have had so much access to the world. We live at the speed of the Internet, always being [. . .] Read More

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When I ask the question about why a person wants to marry, there are all kinds of responses provided. Here are a few of the more common ones I’ve heard. I love him/her He loves me He treats me nice We’re in love We have a lot in common We’re so different from each other [. . .] Read More

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The sanctification of your spouse should not be the most important thing to you. Likewise for your children. Getting your children saved is a secondary matter, which begs the question, “What is the most important thing to you?” It is imperative we are clear on the most important thing in our lives because that is [. . .] Read More

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