This book helps believers understand the process of being transformed by God’s grace and truth, and challenges them to be a part of the process of discipleship in the lives of their fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. Counseling One Another biblically presents and defends every believer’s responsibility to work toward God’s goal of conforming us to the image of His Son—a goal reached through the targeted form of intensive discipleship most often referred to as counseling.
All Christians will find Counseling One Another useful as they make progress in the life of sanctification and as they discuss issues with their friends, children, spouses, and fellow believers, providing them with a biblical framework for life and one-another ministry in the body of Christ.
About the author:
Dr. Paul Tautges serves as senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in suburban Cleveland, Ohio. Previously, he served as a pastor in Wisconsin for twenty-two years. He is the husband of Karen and father of ten. Paul is also an adjunct professor of biblical counseling and a conference speaker. Paul serves as the series editor for the LifeLine Mini-Books, and is the author of eight books including Comfort the Grieving and Pray About Everything. Paul is also a teaching fellow with ACBC (formerly NANC).
Paul blogs at Counseling One Another, and is a guest blogger for the Biblical Counseling Coalition and Crosswalk.com.
This book gets it right! Comprehensive and convincing, Counseling One Another shows how true biblical counseling and preaching fit hand-in-glove. Those who preach, teach or counsel regularly are sure to benefit greatly from this helpful resource. ~Dr. John MacArthur
Paul Tautges lays the theological foundation for biblical counseling—in a way that is both comprehensive and compassionate. This book demonstrates a staunch commitment to an expository, exegetical examination of counseling as presented in God’s Word. Any pastor or lay person wanting a foundational starting point for understanding Christ-centered, comprehensive, and compassionate biblical counseling in the local church would be wise to read and reread Counseling One Another. ~Bob Kellemen