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HELPING OTHERS UNDERSTAND ADDICTION How You Define Addiction Determines How You Will Counsel Others

What is addiction?

In Session 1 of The Breaking the Chains Seminar, I show highly credentialed professionals plus your average church goer offering definitions of addiction. What is glaringly obvious from these definitions is how they all differ. This poses an intellectual problem: These definitions cannot all be right. […]

By | February 28th, 2017|Addiction, Counseling|0 Comments

DON’T DO THIS! A Common Addictions Ministry Mistake

You’re a counselor. A pastor. A parent. A residential addictions ministry leader. A church addictions ministry leader.

Someone is in your care. They are addicted. You are two weeks in and they’re doing well. You are pleased.

Then—they fall. What went wrong? […]

By | February 16th, 2017|Addiction, Discipleship, Counseling|0 Comments

Why God Won’t Deliver You From Addiction

You’ve thrown yourself face-down on the altar too many times to remember. You’ve been to Christian counseling. You’ve prayed and read your Bible tirelessly. You’ve exercised every ounce of faith you can muster. You have literally cried out in desperation for Him to deliver you from the chains of addiction—but nothing happened. God did not deliver […]

By | January 29th, 2017|Videos, Theology, Addiction, Counseling|0 Comments

The Top 2 Biblical Commands for Marriage

What is the most important biblical command for a husband toward his wife?

What is the most important biblical command for a wife toward her husband?

These questions are among the first I ask couples who come to me for marriage counseling. Few answer correctly. This is a problem because God created marriage and gave us a […]

By | November 10th, 2014|Marriage and Family, Counseling|0 Comments