Posted On September 21, 2020

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Bob Kellemen discuss how biblical counselors can equip and empower parents with grace and truth, how our personal time with the Lord impacts our interactions with others, along with his new book, Gospel-Centered Family Counseling (Baker Books, 2020).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Learning to work through issues biblically as a family.
  • How biblical counselors can equip and empower parents to learn to be caring and loving parents.
  • How our personal time with the Lord impacts our interactions with others.
  • The role the local church can have in family counseling.
  • What it looks like practically to parent with grace and truth.
  • Some of the best ways counselors can help families to work together towards better communication with each other.
  • Learning to discipline your child in a loving and godly way with grace and truth.
  • The importance of biblical counselors helping families learn to communicate well in counseling so they can communicate well outside of counseling.

About the Guest

Dr. Robert W. Kellemen is vice president of strategic development, academic dean, and professor at Faith Bible Seminary in Lafayette, Indiana. Founder of RPM Ministries, he also served as the founding executive director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition and has pastored four churches. He is the author of nearly 20 books, including Gospel-Centered Counseling.

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