Equipping Soul Care Providers

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Providing Soul Care to the Grieving: Understanding Loss & Suffering

This is a weekend equipping event with the goal of providing sound biblical teaching, insights on the grieving process, and practical applications for lay members who desire to better minister to other believers. There's also the hope of each student becoming an aid to busy pastors and staff members.


Session 1: An Introduction to Grief and Helps

Session 2: Grief and Loss, The Two Go Hand in Hand

Session 3: A Theology of Suffering

Session 4: Moving Forward

Session 5: Dealing with The Question of Suicide

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The Basics of Biblical Counseling

This ten-session training provides believers with both an understanding of the history and practice of biblical counseling within the local church. As with all Christ-Centered Solutions events, one of our main goals is to help pastors equip their congregations to serve one another better. This particular training lays a solid foundation a church can build a soul care ministry upon.


Session 1: The What, Why, and History of Biblical Counseling

Session 2: Core Beliefs and The Theology of Biblical Counseling

Session 3: Biblical Counseling Case Study & Discussion Part 1

Session 4: Language In Biblical Counseling

Session 5: Biblical Counseling Case Study & Discussion Part 2

Session 6: A Right Way of Thinking

Session 7: Biblical Counseling Case Study & Discussion Part 3

Session 8: The Ministry & Practice of Biblical Counseling

Session 9: Biblical Counseling Case Study & Discussion Part 4

Session 10: Final Thoughts & Moving Ahead


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I Still Do - The Seasons of Marriage

In every culture, and throughout time, couples have found themselves struggling and searching to find a sense of peace and happiness with their spouse. Many will say they never would have considered or wanted a divorce, yet they can't seem to find any other solution except to walk away from the covenant relationship they entered into just a few years before. I Still Do - The Seasons of Marriage is intended to help struggling couples stay together, even when they don't "feel" like staying together.


I Still Do - The Seasons of Marriage rest upon biblical principles, and the structure built upon that foundation is based partly on The 4-Seasons of Marriage by Dr. Gary Chapman and Marriage and Family From a Biblical Worldview by Dr. Rod West. each couple will have the opportunity to evaluate which marital season they are presently experiencing, and instruction will be provided on ways of working their way out of a Fall or Winter season. For those in the Spring or Summer season then we say amen! We'll address different strategies and discuss ways on how to stay in those pleasant seasons for as long as possible.


Session Outline of I Still Do - The Seasons of Marriage


Friday Evening Sessions

  • Session 1 “Introduction and Identifying Your Season”
  • Session 2 “Five Essentials of Every Marriage”

Saturday Morning & Evening Sessions

  • Session 3 “Overcoming the Coldness of Winter”
  • Session 4 “Remembering the Newness of Spring”

Saturday Afternoon/Evening Sessions

  • Session 5 “Enjoying the Dreamy Summer”
  • Session 6 “The Beauty & Hurts of Fall”
  • Session 7 “Let’s Talk Love and How to Keep It"


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Learning to Think Like Jesus and The Biblical Counselor

What makes biblical counseling biblical? The Bible, the Word of God, and any pastor or Christian practicing soul care needs to have a correct view of the Scriptures. Learning to Think Like Jesus and The Biblical Counselor is a one-day training that helps to equip believers for the task of carrying soul care for their brothers and sisters in Christ.


Session 1: The Biblical Counselor & Developing a Biblical Worldview

Session 2: Is the Word of God Enough When Helping Others? Yes!

Session 3: How The Biblical Counselor & Counselee Thinks Matters

Session 4: God & The Biblical Counselor

Session 5: Helping Others to Know Him Better

Session 6: Seven Traits of Biblical Counselors Who Practice a Biblical Worldview