By Veronique Enginger
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SUGGESTING A CONTEXT FOR CHANGE Pastors and other Christian leaders are proficient in the art o f sug gestion. We seek to persuade through our preaching and educate through our teaching— all for the purpose o f change. We suggest a life o f faith and victory through our messages and our conversation. Biblical truth is the heart o f all preaching, teaching, and missions. Ti'uth represents m ore than doctrine. Rather, it em bodies an e n tire way o f perceiving, and livin g , life. The m o re jin n ly we hold to a belief, the m ore we are fo rm e d by the b elief we hold.
These fears are based on certain presuppositions that have been allow ed to guide our thinking regarding counseling. Once these presupposilions are considered, new alternatives can be explored. The old ways o f thinking regarding pastoral counseling just will not do. We have new w in e in Christ, and this new w ine should never be put into old wineskins. ” “ H o w lo n g h a v e you had this p ro b le m ? ” B H. , 1991, p. 71 /Counseling has been categorized as being either directive o r nondiI rective.
Toward the counselee w e extend an abiding trust in G od’s sovereign intention. God has left his imprint on every human life. We must find this evi dence and use it in assisting the counselee toward G od’s intention. There may be reasons for ministers and other church counselors to refer to Christian psychiatrists and professional Christian counselors, yet making a referral too quickly signals to the parishioner that his problem is so bad that it is beyond the work o f (he Spirit and the fel lowship o f the church.
Chocolat, the, cafe by Veronique Enginger