Have you ever been perplexed when counseling someone who professes faith in Christ but seems enslaved by a sin that affects every area of life? Do you counsel him as an unsaved, “so-called brother?” Should you believe his profession of faith and seek to nurture him onto a path of holiness? Is there just a missing element of practical repentance or biblical change? Are you obligated to start the process of church discipline? A life-dominating pattern is one of the most difficult counseling issues to deal with because there are so many issues to consider. This session will attempt to answer these questions and show the importance of Gospel-oriented counseling whether dealing with the saved or unsaved.
This is a session from the Biblical Counseling Training Conference hosted by Faith Church in Lafayette, Indiana.
People are looking for the hope that there are answers for their hurts, their difficulties, and the challenges they face. Since 1985, the Biblical Counseling Training Conference has been equipping ministry professionals and lay leaders to skillfully, confidently, and lovingly minister God's Word to those looking for answers.
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Stuart Scott teaches in the graduate program of biblical counseling at The Master’s University in Santa Clarita, CA. He has over forty years of experience in counseling and pastoral ministry. He is a Fellow with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors and a council member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition. Stuart and his wife Zondra and they have two grown children. He is the author of Exemplary Husband and co-authored Faithful Parent and Counseling the Hard Cases as well as authoring or co-authoring and contributing to several other works.
B.A., Columbia International University; M.Div., Grace Theological Seminary; D.Min., Covenant Theological Seminary.