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The Simplest Counseling Advice You’ll Ever Receive

If you are discipling someone, I’d like for you to share this article with them. You will not find better counseling advice than what I’m going to share. I have also included a few assessment questions that will help you to care for them more… Continue Reading …

Do You Want My Attention or Do You Want My Care?

Which is more important to you? To receive a leader’s attention or receive their care? What if you turned the question around and looked at it from your leader’s perspective? “What is possible: to give each person all your attention or to give them your… Continue Reading …

When Is Enough, Enough? The Hardest Thing You Will Ever Do.

Everybody you love will not change into people that love God and others more than themselves. How you respond to this fact will determine the kind of rest you experience in your soul and how you relate to the unchanging person. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …

What to Do When Counseling Is Not Going Anywhere

Every person that you meet will not change after you talk to them. Your dilemma will be deciding on how long you should continue with them or terminating your care for them. This issue requires wisdom, as each situation is different. Listen to the podcast… Continue Reading …

Counseling Can Be a Lying Profession

I had a conversation with two counselees, and the issue of lying came up. I mentioned to them that telling falsehoods is a regular part of my profession. It was a sad, but true statement. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google… Continue Reading …

Six Ways Things to Make the Most out of Counseling

Sound counseling can guide you, but it might not give you precisely what you want. These six things will help you to guard your heart as you make the most out of counseling. Listen to the podcast You may want to read: Mind Mapping How… Continue Reading …

You Must Find Your Starting Point Before Helping Others

It’s easy to assume that you know where to begin when discipling someone. You are rarely correct. As you start to ask the right questions, you learn quickly that the individual is not what you thought they were. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are… Continue Reading …

Why You Need to Know You Can’t Fix People

I have worked in ministry as a hospital chaplain, and one of the big lessons that chaplains learn early in their training is the rigor of accepting the inherent limits in the pastoral care of patients, families, and staff. You may want to read Seven… Continue Reading …

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