All Counseling Center Resources
Addictions are ultimately a disorder of worship. Will we worship ourselves and our own desires or will we worship the true God?
The doctrine of adoption—God’s decision to adopt sinful men and women into his family—stands at the heart of Christianity. In light of this, Christians’ efforts to adopt beautifully illustrate the truth of the gospel.
Paul Tripp uncovers the heart issues that affect parents and their teenage children during the often-chaotic adolescent years with wit, wisdom, humility, and compassion.
A biblical perspective for individuals who struggle with anger, anxiety and fear, and how the gospel redeems these related issues.
By offering a biblical definition and identifying its outward signs, Lou Priolo equips you to recognize bitterness in your own life, and he lays out a scriptural plan to ensure victory by repaying others’ evil with good.
Someday you will live forever in a fully restored world, but right now you are called to live with peace, joy, and productivity in a place damaged by sin. This book will teach you to live productively with hope in the here and now.
Through careful exegesis and helpful case studies, this book demonstrates how to provide consistently biblical, gospel-centered counseling to help broken and hurting people.
Highly practical and super short, Crazy Busy will help you put an end to “busyness as usual”— and not with the typical arsenal of time management tips, but rather with the biblical tools we need to pull the problem out by the roots.
A creative counterpart is more than just a helper. She is a woman who, in the vocation of wife and mother, decides to learn and grow in all the areas of this role and to work as though she were aiming for the presidency of a corporation.
Where is God in the struggle of despair? Instead of offering simple platitudes or unrealistic “cure-alls,” Edward T. Welch addresses the complex nature of depression with compassion and insight, applying the rich treasures of the gospel, and giving fresh hope to those who struggle.
In our age of instant gratification and if-it-feels-good-do-it attitudes, self-discipline is hardly a popular notion. Elisabeth Elliot offers the understanding that our fulfillment as human beings depends on our answer to God’s call to obedience.
Using biblical wisdom, engaging illustrations, practical suggestions for daily living and study questions, Kent Hughes offers hard-hitting discussion on major areas of Christian manhood: marriage, fatherhood, friendship, purity, integrity, leadership, prayer, ministry, and more.
Combining biblical teaching, poignant stories, and insightful reflection questions, Barbara Hughes explores 15 vital disciplines to help us to mature as godly Christian women and give a meaningful shape to our lives.
Designed to persuade those who are pursuing unbiblical divorce to reconsider, this book lays out the consequences of an unbiblical divorce and refutes nine common justifications.
This booklet for athletes, parents, and coaches provides a biblical worldview of sports so that we don’t waste this gift by playing for our own glory when we could be playing for God’s.
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