Biblical Counseling Training

  Biblical Counseling Training  
Overview

Biblical Counseling is the process where the Bible, God's Word, is related individually to a person or persons who are struggling under the weight of personal sin and/or the difficulties with suffering, so that he or she might genuinely change in the inner person to be pleasing to God.

Edgewood Bible Church is offering training to be a Biblical Counselor.  The training will be conducted every Monday evening between January 2nd through June 25th from 6:30 - 9:00 PM. At the conclusion of the training you will be eligible to join the EBC Biblical Counseling team in support of the Biblical Counseling Ministry for our church family. 

For questions regarding the training class, please contact Frank EmrichSteve ThompsonMike Hines, or Jani Oldright.

    Topics Covered
  • The list of topics to be covered in the training include:

    • Introduction to Biblical Counseling
    • Key Elements in Biblical Counseling
    • Counselor's View of Scripture
    • Process of Biblical Change
    • Forgiveness/Reconciliation
    • Guilt and Repentance
    • Trials and Suffering
    • Common Issues (Depression/Fear/Worry/Anxiety/Sexual Sin)
    • Marital Issues
    • Family Issues
    • Medical Issues
    • Practical Matters
    Qualifications
  • To attend this training you must posses these qualifications:
     
    • Accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior
    • Committed to attending Monday Evening training
    • Willing to do homework for the training
    • A desire to help others using the Word of God
    Blog
  • A group blog provides additional material between classes. Leaders and Students have been given access permission to post new entries and reply to existing entries.  To received notification of new blog entries, sign up for automated email notifications or the RSS Feed.  To retrieve past Blog entries as the course progresses, refer to the monthly Archive.
    Discussion Forum
  • A group Discussion Forum provides interactive conversations in the form of general topics and individual messages posted by course leaders between classes. Access to this particular discussion forum is limited to course Leaders and Students based on account access.  The purpose of the Discussion Forum is to give course leaders and students a common place to discuss ideas and concepts pertinent to the Biblical Counseling Training class. The forum is a place to ask questions of one another, enter into dialog on the material present, or simply encourage one another.  It is not required to participate, but as with many things the more you put into it the more you get out of it.



Course Material Downloads

The following materials are provide by course leaders to supplement session lectures.  Downloads are provided in both PDF and Word formats.

Year:      Category:

 

Click on one of the following files to view the available options:

SORT BY: Title Speaker  Text Date
14. GuiltRepentance
Jani Oldright 
 
3/12/2012 

04. The Need For Biblical Counseling
Mike Hines 
 
1/14/2012 

06. QualificationsBiblicalCounselor
Mike Hines 
 
1/23/2012 

07. CounselorsViewScripture
Mike Hines 
 
1/23/2012 

11. FearOfGod
Stephen Janho 
 
4/2/2012 

00. MondayTrainingHomeworkAssignments
Steve Thompson 
 
4/3/2012 

00. MondayTrainingSchedule
Steve Thompson 
 
3/3/2012 

01. Introduction to Biblical Counseling
Steve Thompson 
 
1/2/2012 

02. Definition and Goal of Biblical Counseling
Steve Thompson 
 
1/2/2012 

03. What Makes Biblical Counseling Biblical
Steve Thompson 
 
1/2/2012 

05. SecularIntegrationTheories
Steve Thompson 
 
1/23/2012 

08. KeyElements
Steve Thompson 
 
2/6/2012 

09. MattersOfTheHeart
Steve Thompson 
 
2/20/2012 

10. BiblicalChange
Steve Thompson 
 
2/20/2012 

13. ForgivenessReconciliation
Steve Thompson 
 
3/5/2012 

15. TrialsSuffering
Steve Thompson 
 
3/19/2012 

16. Depression
Steve Thompson 
 
3/12/2012 

17. FearWorry.pdf
Steve Thompson 
 
3/26/2012 

18. Anger
Steve Thompson 
 
4/2/2012 

98. Mid-Term
Steve Thompson 
 
3/26/2012 



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