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Counseling One Another

December 30, 2017
by Paul Tautges
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Most Popular Posts for 2017

Thanks for another year of reading Counseling One Another. Here’s the ten most popular posts. If you have been helped and encouraged by the blog, please encourage two of your friends to subscribe to the free emails. May the Lord … Continue reading

April 25, 2017
by Paul Tautges
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THIS SATURDAY! – 1st Annual Biblical Counseling Conference of Chicago

“Restore Hope” is the theme for the 1st Annual Biblical Counseling Conference hosted by the Biblical Counseling Center on Saturday, April 29th. This conference will equip and encourage you to restore hope to the hurting in your church and community. … Continue reading

March 3, 2017
by Paul Tautges
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Courage, Conviction, Compassion

Courage, conviction, compassion. These are the words that come to mind as I think about biblical ministry in this age. We live in a day that is increasingly hostile to the authority of Scripture, a time in which speaking God’s … Continue reading

December 23, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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A Pause on Blogging

I’ve decided to take a break from blogging until January 3rd. Thanks for your interaction and encouragement throughout 2016. I really appreciate it. If you have benefited from this blog, would you consider sharing it with three others and encourage … Continue reading

July 9, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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NUGGETS [7/9/16]

Here are a few articles I enjoyed this week: 5 Reasons Why Teenagers Need Theology – “As a Jesus-following teenager, I believe studying God’s character is what teenagers need in order to face our terribly complicated world. It’s what will … Continue reading

May 2, 2016
by Paul Tautges
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The Horror of the Cross

We live in a culture that does not understand the symbol of the cross. Today, the cross has become a mere religious symbol. We do not see its horror. D.A. Carson writes, [T]he cross has become for us such a … Continue reading