This book reveals the origins and faults of problem-centered counseling, describes Christ-centered ministry and how it differs from problem-centered counseling, and encourages local congregations to minister as God has called them to without the influence of the psychological or biblical counseling movements.
From the back cover:
The radical proposal is to discourage problem-centered counseling and to encourage Christ-centered ministry, to overthrow intimidation from the psychological and biblical counseling movements, and thereby to free believers in local congregations to minister to fellow believers without psychological or biblical counseling manuals, workshops, seminars, degrees, or certificates.
The purpose of this book is to reveal the origins and faults of problem-centered counseling, to describe Christ-centered ministry and how it differs from problem-centered counseling, and to encourage local congregations to minister as God has called them to do without the influence of the psychological or biblical counseling movements.
Martin Bobgan holds four college degrees, including a doctorate from the University of Colorado, and is President of PsychoHeresy Awareness ministries. Deidre holds an M.A. in English from the University of California at Santa Barbara and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. They have coauthored numerous books and articles.
Table of Contents:
- A Radical Proposal
- Psychotherapy (Talk Therapy)
- The Biblical Counseling Movement
- The Rise & Practice of Problem-Centered Counseling
- Christ-Centered Ministry or Problem-Centered Counseling?
- Who, What, Why, When, Where, & How
- Christ-Centered Ministry versus Problem-Centered Counseling
- Title: Christ-Centered Ministry
- Item#: B80500
- ISBN: 0-941717-19-4
- Size: 134 pages
- Length: 8.50
- Width: 5.50
- Weight: 0.5
- Copyright: 2004