An excellent book that covers the wide variety and deep complexity of seemingly impossible biblical counseling issues in the challenging culture in which we live. The gospel brings liberty to men, women, and children bound by every conceivable sin and affliction. Psychology provides a tool for applying the power of the gospel in practical ways. Drawing on biblical truths and psychological principles, Counseling for Seemingly Impossible Problems helps us—Christian counselors, pastors, and church leaders—to meet the deep needs of our communities with life-changing effects. Marshaling the knowledge and experience of experts in the areas of addiction, family issues, mental health, and other critical issues, this no-nonsense handbook supplies insights on the problems tearing lives and families apart all around us: domestic abuse, gambling addiction, blended families, sexual addiction and the Internet, depression and bipolar disorder, divorce recovery, unemployment, sexual abuse and incest, demonology, grief and loss, schizophrenia, substance abuse … and much more.
|Contributor(s)||Lee N. June , Sabrina Black , Willie Richardson|
|About the Contributor(s)||Lee N. June
Dr. Lee N. June is vice president for Student Affairs and Services and assistant provost for Academic Student Services and Multicultural Issues at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.
Sabrina D. Black is clinical director of Abundant Life Counseling Center in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and is also adjunct faculty at Ashland Theological Seminary and founder of GPH3-Global Projects for Hope, Health, and Healing.
Dr. Willie Richardson is senior pastor of Christian Stronghold Baptist Church in Philadelphia, the president of Christian Research and Development, and the author of Reclaiming the Urban Family.
|Publish Date||Apr 18, 2007|