When somebody comes to you with a personal crisis, will you be qualified to help? Yes---with this non-technical counseling course for laypeople. You'll learn 25 basic principles of biblical counseling that will help you analyze the problem, formulate a plan, and implement Scripture-based solutions. For individual or group study. 119 pages, softcover from P & R.
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Review 1 for Ready to Restore: The Layman's Guide to Christian Counseling
Date:August 1, 2008
The type or print of this book is to close and will cause the steadiest of eyes to desire glasses. The content is poorly organized.
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Review 2 for Ready to Restore: The Layman's Guide to Christian Counseling
Date:April 26, 2007
CH. Mark Bjorndal
Jay E. Adams does a great job in teaching the layman the basics of biblical counseling through RTR. This book has been a great help in my counseling ministry here in Japan as well. Helping others to be restored back into fellowship with other believers, back into a relationship gone sour, back to God when they have fallen away is what RTR is really about. I encourage you Pastors to use this book to teach your ministry leaders and your lay leaders how to be ready to restore another brother or sister back into the family of God.