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Occasionally, well meaning people falsely characterize the Biblical Counseling movement. Is Biblical Counseling really a form of works righteousness or overly simplistic? Do counselors think every counseling situation is rooted in personal sin for them to expose? Dr. John Street joins Dr. Shelbi Cullen and Kimberly Cummings to discuss as well as defend Biblical Counseling from these and other misrepresentations.
Kimberly Cummings is a native Texan who loves being a pastor’s wife, mom, writer, podcaster, and ACBC Certified Biblical Counselor. In all the counseling and teaching she provides, she makes it a priority to be both Christ-centered and practical. She is a bit of a coffee snob and makes time for wiggling her toes in the sand at the beach near her SoCal home.
Shelbi Cullen has been married for 33 years to her best friend Sean. They have four adult children including a wonderful son-in-law and daughter-in-law. Shelbi completed her biblical counseling training from the Institute of Biblical Counseling and Discipleship, the Master’s University, and earned her Doctorate in Educational Ministry from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. She currently works at The Master’s University as the Coordinator for the MABC program, and Professor for the Graduate and Undergraduate Biblical Studies Program where she teaches Introduction to Psychology, Women’s Message Preparation, Women Discipling Women, Women Counseling Women, ACBC Workshop, and Counseling Internship. She currently serves at Grace Community Church in women’s ministries and short-term missions.