By Martin M. Bobgan, Deidre N. Bobgan
Efficient to Minister calls Christians again to the Bible, biblically ordained ministries, and mutual care; is helping holiday down partitions of intimidation that experience hindered own ministry between Christians; and provides the superb, potent approach Christ works via believers as they minister God's grace via biblical dialog, prayer, and sensible support. It solutions such questions as: What can Christians do to aid participants struggling with difficulties of dwelling? What should still church buildings do for discomfort souls? What did the church do for nearly 2000 years with out mental counseling?
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How firm a foundation is laid for our faith in His excellent Word! What more can He say than to us He has already said, to us who for refuge to Jesus have fled? Fear not, He is with us; O be not dismayed, for He is our God, and will still give us aid; He will strengthen us, help us, and cause us to stand, upheld by His righteous, omnipotent hand. ‘When through fiery trials our pathway shall lie, God’s grace all sufficient shall be our supply: The flame shall not hurt us, He only designs our dross Every Believer Called and Competent 45 to consume and our gold to refine’ (from “How Firm a Foundation”).
8 While some of the previous studies were conducted some years ago, no one has come up with substantial research to refute them. Robyn Dawes provides updates on research regarding training and experience in his book House of Cards: Psychology and Psychotherapy Getting Past the Obstacles 29 Built on Myth. ”9 He further explains: In the years after the Smith and Glass article was published, many attempts were made to disprove their finding that the training, credentials, and experience of therapists are irrelevant.
They have both found the Lord and His Word sufficient in their own lives and do not look to psychological theories or techniques either for themselves or for ministry. Jack and Priscilla graciously invited Bill and Wendy to their home. Besides teaching Scriptures regarding marriage and describing the Christian life, Jack and Priscilla were simply loving Bill and Wendy as fellow believers. Whenever Bill and Wendy went to Jack and Priscilla’s home, they observed their ways of relating to each other and to them.
Competent to Minister: The Biblical Care of Souls by Martin M. Bobgan, Deidre N. Bobgan