Publisher: Shepherd Press | Series: LifeLine Mini-books | Binding: Booklet, 64pp
Short Description: Sadly, many people are the silent victims of abuse. Jim Newheiser brings biblical perspective and wisdom to bear on such situations.
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Sadly, many people are the silent victims of abuse. Jim Newheiser brings biblical perspective and wisdom to bear on such situations.
Abuse is a growing problem, and those who have been abused need help. This booklet equips the reader to offer compassionate biblical counsel to a victim of abuse. As well as providing practical instruction on how to help the victim gain safety and deal with the abuser in a biblical way, it points to the victory possible in Jesus Christ, who was abused for his people and who has compassion on all hurting people who turn to him.
Intended Readership: Friends of people in a relationship of abuse ~People in a relationship of abuse ~Marriage counselors ~General counselors ~Pastors and church ministry teams
Jim Newheiser: MA, DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary. Jim has been practicing biblical counseling for over 20 years is an ACBC Fellow and has served as the director of IBCD since 2006. He has been a pastor at Grace Bible Church in Escondido, CA since 1990. Many of GBCs former interns are serving as missionaries, seminary professors and pastors. Jim is a founding member and Executive Board member of the Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals. He is an international retreat and conference speaker. Jim is author of Opening Up Proverbs and co-author of When Good Kids Make Bad Choices and You Never Stop Being a Parent.
I love the Lifeline mini-books! You can trust these resources to provide accessible, practical, and Bible-saturated help with many of the most common and perplexing problems found in our fallen world.--Dr. Heath Lambert, Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling, Boyce College and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Executive Director the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC)
I wholeheartedly recommend this series of mini-books. They explain the very real problems that people face in life from a solidly biblical perspective.
They describe these problems experientially by using true stories and illustrations.
They present the biblical solution to these problems, making it clear how God wants to solve them by changing the heart of the people involved. These mini-books accomplish this through the Word-based, Gospel-driven applications to life and by encouraging people to make the changes that will enable them to walk in faith and obedience to Christ.
I use these mini-books as homework for my counselees and recommend them to my students.
--Dr. Wayne Mack, Professor of Biblical Counseling at Grace School of Ministry in Pretoria, South Africa; member of ACBC academy; author of many counseling books
I encourage Christians to read this series for two primary reasons. First, the mini-books address each issue from a biblical, seeking-to-please God perspective presented in an easy-to-read style. Second, once a person has read one, usually it is immediately added to his ministry toolbox and used to help someone else. These are great resources, especially for biblical counselors.--Randy Patten, Director of Training & Advancement, Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC)
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