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Updated July 2020
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This is a podcast for Biblical Counselors. Each edition of the podcast will provide practical solutions for the problems we face in a fallen world. Anyone who helps people navigate through the trials, difficulties and impossibilities of life will benefit from the content. This podcast also serves Biblical Counseling students and ministry leaders in the Calvary Chapel family of ministries.
 
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Psychology and the Bible - it’s a matter of religion versus the faith. And this is the thing about psychology, it’s not fully a medical science, though it has some medical applications because many are medical doctor’s who can prescribe medicine and all. And it has some scientific applications or implications because there are some areas where it i…
 
Psychology in the church is getting people to think in a way that is NOT biblical, but is filled with biblical overtones! It is probably one of the most subtle forms of heresy. Also, it is so important to Biblically warn pastors and the shepherds because they are the ones feeding the sheep. Especially because they learn these integration techniques…
 
In this episode, we will consider the topic of Church Life in Counseling God’s Way. God’s four means of getting His counsel to us: His Word, the Holy Spirit, Prayer, but all in the setting of Church Life. We’ll see that counseling God’s way is not designed to take place in some sterile or secular or even professionalized Christian clinic.…
 
(Ephesians 4:15-16 NKJV) (15) but, speaking the truth in love, may grow up in all things into Him who is the head--Christ-- (16) from whom the whole body, joined and knit together by what every joint supplies, according to the effective working by which every part does its share, causes growth of the body for the edifying of itself in love.…
 
“Beloved, do not think it strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened to you.” — 1 Peter 4:12 The Benefits of Trials 1 Peter 1:6-7 speaks of godly suffering and indicates some of the spiritual benefits that can result: “In this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while, if need be, you have…
 
When Jesus cried out, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?”, it is not that He didn’t know the ultimate answer. He was quoting out of Psalm 22, which was the answer. He was being made sin for all of us, and the only way out of that was the faithfulness of the Father. “Father, into Your hands I commit My Spirit.” Everything depended on the fai…
 
A study based on Jesus words in Mathew 6:25-33 #1 - Number one. The believer should not worry. The Christian. The follower of Jesus Christ should not be filled with anxiety. Now let me offer a word of clarification. Jesus was not saying that a Christian should not think about or be concerned with the needs of this like food or clothing. Jesus did n…
 
Dr. Mark Hager shares about his salvation through Biblical counseling sessions he took as an unbeliever. As Biblical counselors we sometimes assume that individual we are counseling is a believer. I mean why else would they seek out Biblical counseling? However, we must never assume that an individual that has come to you for help has a relationshi…
 
Warren Lamb is Author of Behind the Veil: Exposing the Evil of Domestic Oppression and Providing Hope. ​ Warren works extensively with those who have suffered significant trauma from childhood abuse and neglect, domestic oppression and abuse, sex-trafficking, kidnapping, sole-survivors of catastrophes, traumatic loss survivors, first responders, co…
 
As we speak about humanistic philosophical psychology we are speaking directly about what is not scientific. This type of humanistic psychology deals with moral dilemmas and the humanistic worldview that has captured a broad audience today, not only within the world but also within the church. Church, we need to wake up and see that this type of wo…
 
The way we approach the Bible determines our worldview. There are a lot of Christians that believe psychology is above Scripture in counseling. It's true that people have been helped by theories and concepts, but when we take man's ideas and value them above the Bible we have made our worldview cloudy. We need to create a better worldview with the …
 
The Holy Spirit is required in biblical counseling. If God is ultimately the counselor and Jesus is not here, we are to rely on the Holy Spirit for counseling. God is going to use you through the power of the Holy Spirit to minister and disciple others. We can pray to receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Power is given from God through the Spirit.…
 
Psychology and Christianity do not offer offer the same answers to our problems. A square peg cannot fit into a round hole. In our society today people want to take the square peg of psychology and fit it into the round hole of Christianity. The problem is they are competing not complimentary. Psychology is a dealing with the social and mental capa…
 
We live in a culture that walks on eggshells. We are sometimes afraid to correct someone because of the backlash we might receive. The world continues to spin out of moral control and it seems as though everything is permissible. However, as brothers and sisters in Christ, we are not called to be like the rest of the world. That means that there is…
 
There is no easy way to deal with conflict. Most people in the world try to avoid conflict as much as possible while there are others that love nothing more than creating conflict. Within Christian circles, it is difficult to sometimes deal with our conflicts. Do we say what is really on our mind? Do we just say nothing and hope it goes away? Do we…
 
There are central doctrinal truths that every believer must believe in to be saved. The divinity of Christ, a trinitarian God ( The Father, Son and Holy Spirit), the death and resurrection of Christ, just to name a few. However, there are doctrines that believers can disagree upon. As believers we must discern by wisdom from God in dealing with doc…
 
There are many places where you can receive exceptional biblical teaching, but there is only one place where you can receive specific Calvary Chapel denominational teaching. As you continue to grow in your walk in Christ and as you are called into ministry it is key to find out where you fit in. At Calvary Chapel University you can discover where y…
 
Often times Christians are plagued by past transgressions. If you continue to look back at your past failures you will be unable to look ahead to see what Christ has prepared for you. Christ has made us new and there is no need to allow our past sin to weigh us down and eat away at our conscience. As we look ahead to the future glory that Christ ha…
 
During this episode, Pastor Jeff will give you some practical concepts to help you counsel those that are suffering from thoughts of suicide. Wisdom and discernment come from God, but we are tasked with the responsibility to help others with God's word. God has equipped every believer to help those we know overcome suicidal thoughts. It is not a si…
 
In our continued study of conflict resolution God’s way, we will discuss conflicts that arise from righteousness issues. This is a type of conflict regarding what is the righteous thing to do in a given situation. The basic solution to righteousness issues is bible study. Both parties should search the scriptures to find out what the word teaches o…
 
In our continued study of conflict resolution, we will focus on the topic of confronting a sinful Christian. During this episode, Pastor Jeff will provide practical guidelines for talking to other Christians about their sin. Ultimately, Love is the motivating factor. Seek the Lord to flood your heart with love for the person you are experiencing co…
 
We are joined today by Pastor Matt Figgs with Calvary Christian Fellowship in Gypsum, Colorado. Pastor Figgs is a bi-vocational pastor who minsters youth at the church and works a full-time job engineering road and bridge projects. Pastor Figgs is very passionate about reaching the next generation by investing in their hearts and minds. How do you …
 
Welcome back to The Biblical Counseling Podcast! In this episode, we are joined by our regular guest Dr. Howard A. Eyrich for Part 3 of an interview with the biblical counseling pioneer. Today’s episode will cover the International Association of Biblical Counselors (IABC) Conference which was held on August 1st-3rd, 2019 in St. Louis, Missouri. Th…
 
In our continued ​study of conflict resolution, Pastor Jeff and Jennie Christianson focus on the topic of conflict regarding sinfulness. We are going to consider the third passage where the bible gives specific instruction for dealing with conflicts of sinfulness - Matthew 18. The Matthew 18 attempt, is to win an erring brother, not to publicly exp…
 
The topic of discussion is on forgiveness verses reconciliation. Pastor Jeff and Pastor Cody discuss the life of David. He had the fear of the Lord and was in the will of God. Conflict resolution depends on you. It's important to remember, I have a personal responsibility with me, and I can’t control the other person. David had humility in the conf…
 
We are joined today by special guest Dr. Howard Eyrich for part 2 of an interview with the biblical counseling pioneer. Today’s discussion will cover the International Association of Biblical Counselors (IABC) Conference which is scheduled for August 1st-3rd, 2019 in St. Louis, Missouri. The theme this year is HOPE. Learn more about the IABC Annual…
 
On today’s podcast, we are joined by special Guest Pastor Dave Shirley. Pastor Shirley is the vice president of the Calvary Chapel Bible College in Murrieta, CA. He also oversees the Bible college affiliate campus with the help of the staff at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. He will be joining us to discuss the sufficiency of Christ and the sufficiency …
 
We all deal with conflicts that arise because of sinfulness. In this episode, we are looking at the three passages of scripture that give us direct instruction on working through issues of sin. We will learn that our main objective in going to the person who has sinned is to bring correction and then restoration. We will also have a discussion on w…
 
On today’s podcast, Dr. Howard A. Eyrich will be joining us to discuss answering the critics and taking up leadership during the biblical counseling movement. Dr. Eyrich is currently Minster of Counseling at Briarwood Presbyterian Church and Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program in Biblical Counseling. In his eBook, Hearing the Critics, Answer…
 
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