Equipping Believers at Grace Bible Church, Granbury, Texas, to Disciple and Counsel Those Struggling with Challenging Life Topics
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This project develops a biblical theology for equipping biblical counselors in the church and then implements the theology through a training course designed to equip believers to disciple and counsel those struggling with six different challenging life topics. Chapter 1 introduces the project, explaining the purpose, goals, background, and rationale of the training course. Chapter 2 develops a biblical theology for equipping and training believers to disciple and counsel others. Specifically, this chapter focuses on the life and ministry of the apostle Paul as an example and model for equipping others. Chapter 3 surveys current methods and models for training biblical counselors by examining key trainers and ministries in the biblical counseling movement. Chapter 4 outlines the implementation of the fifteen-week biblical counselor equipping course presented at Grace Bible Church. Chapter 5 offers analysis and reflection upon the entire project.
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