Edward T. Welch. A Small Book about a Big Problem by biblical counselor and psychologist Edward T. Welch guides readers to look carefully at how their anger affects them and others through short, daily meditations.View details
Edited by James MacDonald, Bob Kelleman, Steve Viars. This book is a broad resource that equips the pastor, the counselor, or the studious believer in the basic principles of effective biblical counseling. It contains the cumulative wisdom of 40 contributors with exceptional credentials and experience.View details
Steve Ham. In La Atracción hacia el Mismo Sexo y el Evangelio, Steve Ham, unpacks, in a clear, concise, and methodical way, the Biblical teaching about gender, sexuality, and human relations.View details
This set includes one of each of the following 32 counseling mini books:
- Hijos Enojados
- Cómo Controlar el Enojo
- Soy Padre, Criando Varones
- Soy Padre, Criando Hijas
- El Dolor de la Perdida
- Esperanza para los Deprimidos
Jeremy Pierre. Often our approach in counseling and ministry does not do justice to the rich, dynamic way people respond to life. Even those who wish to help people biblically can be lopsided in their approach, missing important aspects of people’s experience. Discover how a whole-hearted, dynamic relationship with God changes the way people respond to every other aspect of life.View details
Rob Green. Being a father of boys is a privilege and a joy, but it’s also challenging. We know that fathers are an important influence on their sons, and we want to have a positive impact on their lives.View details
Andy Farmer. Raising daughters is a joy. Nothing prepares a dad for the rush of feelings that accompany holding your baby girl for the first time. But along with the joy, comes the questions. How do you protect her from harm, set her on a good path, and help her become the woman God has designed her to be? You can use your “guy instincts” with your boys, but how do you guide your daughter?View details
Michael R. Emlet. If you have an angry child you are most likely worn out, confused, and looking for answers to questions like these:
- How can I restore sanity to this chaos?
- How can I prevent these anger storms in my child?
- Why does this rage seem to explode out of nowhere?
Jocelyn Wallace. Suffering from anxiety and panic attacks can feel incapacitating. One minute you feel fine, and the next your heart is pounding, your mind is racing, and your stomach is clenching. Sometimes it even feels like you might be having a heart attack. The Bible says, “Be anxious for nothing,” but that feels impossible when you’re even becoming afraid of being afraid!View details
Robert Smith. It’s frustrating to be under imperfect authority. And sometimes it’s more than frustrating—we suffer when someone’s authority is unfair, capricious, or just plain wrong. But does that let us off the hook? Do we have to listen only to those we agree with?View details