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Ep. 238 The Battle over Naming Our Problems and Providing Answers

Ep. 238 The Battle Over Naming Our Problems and Providing Answers

Show’s Main Idea – Our problems are real. No reasonable person would argue this point. There are objective measures and observations that any rational and observant individual can make about a person or an issue. The tension comes when you give someone, who describes the… Continue Reading …

The Shallowness and Incompleteness of the DISC Model

The Shallowness and Incompleteness of the DISC Model

DISC is one out of hundreds of psychological creations that the non-Christian world has developed to understand themselves. Because everyone has to believe something, it makes sense for our unbelieving counterparts, who reject a sufficiency of Scripture worldview, to create a system of thought that… Continue Reading …

20 Facts to Know about the Construct of ADHD

ADHD points to a perceived problem with a child. The most vital determination is not the observed behavior, but the presupposition you will use to bring clarity and a solution to what you’re seeing in the individual. You may want to read: Dr. Daniel Berger… Continue Reading …

Why All Other Psychologies Bow at the Foot of the Bible

Presuppositional truth is vital when thinking about other psychologies outside the Bible. You must interact with the teachings in our world because nobody is unaffected by their perspectives, which is why your presupposition must be a “sufficiency of Scripture” worldview. Listen to the podcast Our… Continue Reading …

Perfect Self-Help Book that Will Change Your Life

If you want to change your life, you need a self-help book to guide you through the process. The good news is that there is a perfect book for you. It’s called the Bible, the world’s most perfect psychology book. In the Bible, you have… Continue Reading …

Ep. 172 Seven Ways to Find Help

Shows Main Idea – Our ministry works hard at serving folks who have real-life questions, situational difficulties, personal problems, and relational challenges. Because helping people is vital to us, we are always praying, discerning, strategizing, and changing so we can meet them with practical, Christ-centered… Continue Reading …

Ep. 155 Rick, Why Do You Use the Word Psychology?

Shows Main Idea – Mailbag: During a few of your podcasts as well as on the free counseling training introduction I noticed you used the same language. I have a Masters in Counseling Psychology and what I do know is psychology is a humanistic approach… Continue Reading …

Do I Need to Be Certified to Become a Counselor?

The question is, “Do I need to be certified to be a counselor?” The answer is, “No, not necessarily. You are already certified.” Let me explain, speaking from a Christian worldview. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, TuneIn, or… Continue Reading …

Counseling Is Not the Best Context for Long-Term Transformation

Biblical counseling has a place in our community. And as long as we keep it in its place while elevating a better “means of grace” for people to change, we will see more people changing. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes, Google… Continue Reading …

Personality Tests Are like Psychological Selfies

One of the more intriguing oddities that our psychologized culture has foisted on our Christian communities is their way of thinking about and explaining the reasons why people do what people do. I’m speaking primarily about psychologized personality tests. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts… Continue Reading …