Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
Should be read before, or at least alongside, any modern handbook on Christian worship.
Recommended by Bob Kellemen.
Presents a truly biblical model of counseling, and does so in a comprehensive, comprehendible manner.
Not recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
Interesting, but not enough fresh insights to make it worthwhile.
The pastor as counselor through preaching, shepherding, visiting and much more.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
A book about the long-neglected practice of corporate Scripture reading that just may rock your world.
One of the most robust approaches yet to the biblical counseling process of relating the scriptural narrative to a person’s life story.
A nuanced, pastoral book advising how to counsel the bereaved, both in the short and long term.
A call to church leaders to put ministry emphasis where it ought to be.
A concise, comprehensive, and Christ-centered summary of authentic biblical counseling.
Recommended by Trevin Wax.
A thought-provoking but often dissatisfying analysis of what it means to be the Church in the 21st century.
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