4th Annual Biblical Counseling Workshop

Annual Biblical Counseling Workshop

with Dr. Stuart Scott

November 10, 2018     9AM to 5 PM

“Growing in Our Ministry of Reconciliation”

2 Cor. 5:18 “All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation”

Join us in the morning sessions with Dr. Stuart Scott as he leads us through 3 sessions that will help us grow in our understanding of biblical reconciliation and the role the biblical counselor has in this God-given ministry.

The afternoon sessions will be with Pastor Kerry Francetich

He will be presenting

“A Structure for Crisis Intervention”

Crises are all around us.  People in crisis come into the counseling room, and in the 3 afternoon sessions Pastor Kerry will present a structure for how to evaluate and respond to the needs presented.  These will be highly interactive sessions where we will work through a case study to test the concepts presented.

So join us at

Southwest Hills Baptist Church

9100 SW 135th Ave.

Beaverton, OR  97008

503-524-8686

Register at southwesthills.org/acbc-training

$40 which includes lunch

For more information contact Pastor Kerry Francetich at Kerry@southwesthills.org

4 Convictions that Underlie the Practice of Biblical Counseling

Today I will present 4 key scriptural convictions that underlie the practice of biblical counseling.  First, in our counseling method and content, we hold to the conviction that it is our presenting of Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior through the use of His Word and empowered by the Holy Spirit that helps people in their personal and relational problems.  We lead people to a person: Jesus Christ, not a program, Who will ultimately change them and help them live victoriously.

Second, it is our conviction that we use the Bible to diagnose, explain, and solve our problems.  God’s Word alone is the book that provides true, authoritative and sufficient wisdom and guidance for every life situation.  It is superior to man’s wisdom and the competing counsel of secular and integrated forms of counseling.

Third, we desire to counsel as the Master Counselor, Jesus, by showing love, concern, care, and compassion for those who are struggling.  Our ministry should reflect these qualities as we speak the truth in love.

Finally, we are convinced that lasting change comes only when both the inner and outer man is addressed by our counsel.  Biblical counseling is not shallow, simplistic, or focused on behavior only, but on the heart also.  We seek to use God’s Word, which can uncover our beliefs and motives along with the ensuing behavior, to lead to true lasting change.