Truth in Love

Nov 30 2020 14 mins 2.5k

Truth in Love: Biblical Solutions for the Problems People Face. A Podcast from the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. Our goal for this podcast is to create a resource for the church to use that is relevant, practical, and accessible. Each edition of the podcast will last about ten minutes and will provide practical solutions for the problems we face in a fallen world.

TIL 272: What About the Unconscious? (feat. Craig Rowe)
Aug 17 2020 19 mins  
Featuring: 1. Importance of Biblical Counselors being aware of Freud's influence 2. What is Freud's theory of the unconscious 3. The danger's of using Freud's method 4. Navigating Freudian language Notes: Lecture notes Craig Rowe – What about the Unconscious | $2.99 Richard Ganz, PsychoBabble: The Failure of Modern Psychology--and the Biblical Alternative Jay Adams, Competent to Counsel Gary Greenberg, The Book of Woe: The DSM and the Unmaking of Psychiatry Robert Whitaker, Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America ACBC, Bibliography of Critical Psychology

TIL 198: The Doctrine of God in Daily Living (feat. George Scipione)
Mar 18 2019 16 mins  
FEATURING: - Correcting wrong views we can have about God - How can the church establish a correct teaching of the fear of God - Become God-oriented instead of problem-oriented. - How does fearing God affect counseling? - How to teach and model the doctrines of God? - The call of the church to model discipleship. RESOURCES: A.W. Pink, The Attributes of God J.I. Packer, Knowing God Arnold L. Frank, The Fear of God: a Forgotten Doctrine Albert N. Martin, The Forgotten Fear: Where Have All the God Fearers Gone? George Scipione | The Fear of the Lord is the Beginning of Counseling George Scipione, IBCD Resources George Scipione, THE ATTRIBUTES OF A CHRIST-LIKE COUNSELOR

TIL 196: Legal Issues and Abuse (feat. Deborah Dewart, Attorney)
Mar 04 2019 15 mins  
Featuring: - How the church should think about Abuse from a legal perspective - recommendations for consent forms - steps to further understand your states reporting laws - Updates on Legal issues and gender - A case study of Church law suite Organizations: - Church Law and Tax Report - Christian Legal Society - Alliance Defending Freedom - Center for Law and Religious Freedom Further Resources: Counseling and the Courts – Deborah Dewart (2014 ACBC Annual Conference) Church Discipline and the Law – Deborah Dewart (2014 ACBC Annual Conference) Legal Protections and Marriage Counseling – Deborah Dewart (2015 ACBC Annual Conference) Talk: Avoiding Legal Conflicts With Your Counselees - Deborah Dewart (2017 ACBC Annual Conference) Notes: Avoiding Legal Conflicts With Your Counselees - Deborah Dewart (2017 ACBC Annual Conference) Legal Issues and Abuse Risks and Responsibilities – Deborah Dewart (2018 ACBC AnnualConference)

TIL 126 : Truth in Love Live (Special Edition)
Oct 30 2017 60 mins  
6:55 “If the Bible is sufficient, then why do we have a bookstore at our conference?” 8:50: “Are there any benefits in psychology that we can use to help the heart restoration of our broken counselees?” 13:26: “In light of recent events, how is you talking about the differences between biblical counseling and integration not speaking the truth in love?” 19:28: “Seven years ago I was having what seemed like focal seizures. I was tested by two neurologists and was told there was nothing wrong with me. I sought counseling from a NANC counselor who recommended more Bible study and that I should search to relieve these symptoms. My seizure activity continued and with the improvement of technology and an impatient week at Dartmouth-Hitchcock hospital, it was found that I’ve had a brain tumor and a frontal lobe epilepsy deep in my brain. The scans confirmed and clearly showed the medical evidence. Here is my question or concern with your ministry: for seven years I was told that I did not need medication, but that this was a spiritual issue. How can you really know if something is medical or not? My experience has left me with bitterness for NANC counseling when it comes to what are perceived as “mental issues.” Please provide input as our church is considering being a part of your ministry and I have some deep concerns. I do appreciate your counseling ministry and have seen wise and fruitful results for many.” 26:24: “Where is the best place to start with a new church that is trying to start biblical counseling within their church?” And we had another question that’s similar: “How do you introduce biblical counseling to a church?” 29:36: “Do you feel that promoting certification creates an unnecessary bar for people who want to help other people by making them feel like they are not competent to counsel unless they have received extensive training?” 36:14: “What are some, if any, differences between ACBC and CCEF?” 38:39: “What is the role of women in biblical counseling?” 44:56: “Do you think there is a time for separation in marriage other than when there is imminent danger (i.e. emotional abuse, sexual addiction, etc.) and what would be your biblical defense for your position? If your answer is no, how would you suggest a woman can be best shepherded when extreme cases arise and there is much to sort out but there is not physical violence?” 51:02: Why would ACBC or the Bible not be supportive of trying to go and dig up suppressed memories? And if the person can’t remember abuse, they need to try to figure out how can they be healed.” 53:46: “How can we discern whether someone suffering from a transgender identity (gender dysphoria) is struggling with mental illness, a physical disorder between the brain and the body present since birth, or a spiritual identity issue? These seem like real possibilities to me.” 59:15: “What is the theme of next year’s conference?” 1:00:16: “How can people listen to this podcast on a weekly basis?”

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