Counseling One Another

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Counseling One Another

June 13, 2019
by Paul Tautges
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NUGGETS

Remembering David Powlison – Curtis Solomon describes the impact David had on his life and ministry. Distinguishing Marks of a Quarrelsome Person – You might be a quarrelsome person if… When Moral Relativism Comes to Counseling – “Moral relativism is … Continue reading

May 8, 2019
by Paul Tautges
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How Does a Biblical Understanding of “the Heart” Help Our Relationships?

In the Bible, the “heart” means your inner immaterial person that is made up of your thought life, your emotions, and your will. This means that your thought life reveals your heart. Your decisions (your will) reveal your heart. And … Continue reading

December 21, 2018
by Paul Tautges
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NUGGETS

Legalism Is Easier, the Gospel Is Better – ” Legalism allows us many of the benefits of Christianity like community, acceptance, and even grace, but it stops short of true salvation. It doesn’t truly penetrate your heart and change your … Continue reading

April 27, 2018
by Paul Tautges
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One Sure Way to Be Unhelpful to Others

One of the most important, yet most neglected, biblical principles to remember when counseling others—especially others who are experiencing conflict—is found in Proverbs 18:17, “The one who states his case first seems right, until the other comes and examines him.” … Continue reading

April 24, 2018
by Paul Tautges
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Restoration and Peace Seminar in Schaumburg, IL this Saturday

The Biblical Counseling Center is hosting their 2nd Annual Biblical Counseling Training Conference this Saturday at Bethel Baptist Church in Schaumburg, Illinois. Conflict is all around us and too often in us, yet God offers to us and challenges us … Continue reading

June 19, 2017
by Paul Tautges
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Why Refusing to Resolve Conflict Hinders Prayer

Some sins are more passive than active. We may call these sins of omission rather than sins of commission because they are all about what we don’t do. These sins involve neglecting (and sometimes refusing) to do what is right … Continue reading