I rise today to share some urgent advice with students of biblical counseling. My target audience are those students especially who are studying in College or Seminary as well as those who are learning in a number of church-based training centers. You are involved in an important study which you … [Read more...] about Important Advice for Biblical Counseling Students
After being out of print for 10 years, we are pleased to announce that Jay Adams' translation of the New Testament and Proverbs is back! It will be available for purchase at the upcoming Annual Conference of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors in Memphis. The Christian Counselor's … [Read more...] about The Christian Counselor’s New Testament Is Back!
I'd like to say something about equivocal language. It was interesting when in graduate school, I had to read some of Tillich's writings. As you know, Tillich was nothing more than an atheist hiding under an ecclesiastical garb. His definition of God: "the ground of our being." In one class I was … [Read more...] about Equivocation
As we celebrated Jay Adams' 90th birthday last week I was reminded of this prayer Jay wrote in 1979 in a little book entitled Prayers for Troubled Times. I’m tired. __As I grow older __fatigue comes sooner. __This worn and weary frame __no longer functions __as it once did. That I may continue to … [Read more...] about Age
We are pleased to announced that the first reprint of Dr. Adams' books is now available! Committed to Craftsmanship has been one of our most frequently requested titles and its new availability has been met with gratitude by those who teach Biblical counseling, seasoned counselors, and counseling … [Read more...] about Committed to Craftsmanship in Biblical Counseling