are many problems people face about which we need to be ready
to counsel... to give guidance... to prepare homework for their
sake... to understand... and to help bring permanent change.
The subjects dealt herein could be sources for preaching, personal
study, for teaching a class, and for one on one application.
There are eleven chapters... dealing with things like bitterness,
are to admonish one another, which is the very heart of what
is involved in counseling. When we obey God we will naturally
be concerned about the change people need to make in their lives.
Parents will find this study helpful, as well as teachers, pastors
and anyone who studies and teaches the Word of God.
section gives a tremendous amount of material to help you in
counseling, including an Introduction to Counseling, Key Elements
in the Counseling Process, Taking the Counselee Inventory, and
Collecting Data, Bringin Hope to the Counselee, and Interpreting
Counselee Data. These are the kinds of subjects you would study
if you were taking college-level counseling courses. Very helpful
indeed! These lessons are based on hundreds of hours of counseling
does God desire in a counselor? How do you build a relationship?
What should your motives be? What are common commitments of
good counselors? These and other subjects are dealt with. A
challenge and a great help.
the act of forgiveness is not given to those who offend us --
then anger, bitterness, and self-destruction begin. The hate
we carry for another will always begin to destroy us before
it begins to affect the offender. For many this hatred began
when young. It started as the result of verbal, physical or
sexual abuse from others, a broken home, hatred and anger in
the home, or anyone of a multitude of things. God's Word has
answers... we must find them and apply them.
are four chapters of 23 pages that get to heart of restoring
others, keeping the hearts of our children and implementing
a plan of action.
for Burdened and Hurting Parents & Grandparents html
does God desire for each generation? God warns each generation
that He desires that we might have godly children. Passing on
a rich spiritual heritage ought to be one of our greatest concerns.
This is a dynamic study that all parents and grandparents should
does it mean to be happy? We could define it as a continuing
sense of well-being, a state of feeling good about life, others
and self. We could also define happiness as the absence of mental
and emotional discomfort and pain. Do you have misbeliefs in
general and about anger specifically?