Recommended by Bob Kellemen.
The next generation text for Christian counselors and manual for Christian living for believers. This book excels at explaining the connection between the Christian gospel and Christian counseling.
Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
Collected accounts from Christian history designed to represent women's voices in the art of soul care.
Professors, students, pastors, and committed lay small group leaders will all be equipped for the group journey by the seasoned guidance in this book.
A helpful introduction to biblical counseling done two-by-two by God's people in the local church.
Challenging insights for deepening congregational life, at times presented in a way that may come across as having "cornered the market" on a superior way of doing real church.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
The two non-Emergent guys explain why they love the Church in all her glory and messiness.
Life-changing accounts of God's providential leading in bringing African American leaders to the truths of salvation.
A stand-out work in the rare genre of histories of pastoral counseling, helping trace the general movement within the field of pastoral care.
A unique historical perspective on the birth and development of Jay Adam’s nouthetic counseling movement, written with historical objectivity by one close to the movement.
Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
A plea for pastor-poets in an age of entertainers.
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