Materials : Booklets
 
Biblical Principles
for Discipleship / Counseling


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The Biblical Principles for Discipleship / Counseling booklet contains the 105 biblical principles found in the Self-Confrontation manual and the Handbook for Biblical Discipleship / Counseling available in one package.

The Bible itself states that the truths contained within it are entirely sufficient to enable a person to live a life pleasing to God (II Peter 1:3-4). It provides all the needed principles and guidance to make one adequate for every good work, that is, guidance for handling every situation of life in a godly way (II Timothy 3:16-17). The Scripture contains the solutions to every problem of attitude, relationship, communication, conduct, and behavior (based on II Timothy 3:16-17; II Peter 1:3-4).
The biblical principles in this booklet deal with the following subjects:

  • Biblical Change
  • Biblical Practice
  • Man's Way and God's Way
  • Preoccupation with Self
  • Anger and Bitterness
  • Interpersonal Problems
  • Marriage Problems
  • Parent-Child Problems
  • Depression
  • Fear and Worry
  • Life-Dominating Practices of Sin
  • God's Standards

Available in English, Albanian, Chinese Simplified and Traditional, Romanian, and Spanish

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Biblical Counseling
Is In-Depth Discipleship


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This booklet describes discipleship / counseling as Jesus practiced and taught. Biblical discipleship is much broader and deeper than the discipleship that is often practiced today. It includes evangelizing, baptizing, teaching, admonishing, instructing, comforting, encouraging, restoring, strengthening, reproving, rebuking, and exhorting others to follow a biblical pattern of life. In Matthew 28:19-20, which is often called the "Great Commission," Jesus made it clear that making disciples goes beyond evangelism and basic follow up. Biblical discipleship also includes teachingdisciples to observe all that He taught. It is in-depth discipleship because it deals with every aspect of a person's life. The discipleship process must be so thorough that the new disciple can disciple others in the same way he is being trained, i.e., so that he can carry on the mission of making disciples.

Biblical Counseling Is In-Depth Discipleship explains why so many believers are not involved in carrying out the "Great Commission," and what needs to be done to correct the misconceptions about discipleship.

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God's Plan for Your Life


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The God's Plan for Your Life booklet presents principles dealing with how a person comes to Christ and the tremendous riches that are available to every believer in Christ.

This booklet is the first in a series of lessons on biblical change. The first portion is an in-depth explanation of what salvation is and what it is not. It explains that salvation is the first step to lasting biblical change.
The second part explains the changes that take place in a person as a result of the new birth. Significant changes take place; the new believer has a different relationship with God, access to divine power for the first time, a new purpose in life, and a new plan for living. It is particularly important for the new believer to understand these truths when he is confronted with difficult circumstances and relationship problems.

It is excerpted from chapters one and two of the Self-Confrontation Manual.

Available in English and Spanish

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Your Resources In Christ


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This booklet focuses on God’s authority, empowering, and provision available to the believer. It shows from a study of the
Scriptures that God provides complete and adequate guidance through the Bible, the Holy Spirit, and prayer to face, deal with, and endure all personal problems of life no matter how difficult or extraordinary they may be. The booklet also provides a biblical basis for daily devotions and
Scripture memory.

Many will agree that the Bible is inspired by God and without error, but they will also say that other resources are needed to understand fully how to deal with what the world calls serious psychological problems. This booklet covers the significance of one's decision to view God's Word as totally sufficient for dealing with life's problems.
Also included is a section on daily devotions and Scripture memory. The booklet explains the importance of relating devotional time spent in God's Word to the very areas in your life where God has your attention (often in trials, relationships, and responsibilities). The booklet also shows how to develop specific plans for memorizing God's Word, starting with the verses that apply directly to your life in your current trials, test, and temptations.

This booklet is the second in a series and is taken from the second half of Chapter 2 as well as Chapter 3 of the
Self-Confrontation manual.

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Man's Way vs. God's Way

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This booklet explains the difference between natural man’s approach and God’s way of dealing with the problems of life. It contrasts four of the major psychological theories with the biblical teaching on how to help others with so-called “mental” problems. Subjects considered are the basic view of man, the cause of problems, the cure, the counseling technique, the counselor’s terminology, and the counseling focus.

Man's Way vs. God's Way reveals the folly of humanistic theories relating to personal and interpersonal problems.

The booklet shows how these worldly
theories or beliefs contradict the Bible and, as a result, stand in direct competition with God's revelation, and it also shows what the Bible says about integrating the world's philosophies with the Scriptures.

It also contrasts man's rebellion, self- importance, and mistaken ideas of worthiness with God's description of man's inadequacy. Other topics covered are the error of terms such as self-worth, self-esteem, self-love, and self-assertiveness.

This booklet is the third in a series and is taken from Chapter 4 of the Self-Confrontation manual.

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Victory Over Failures Plan


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The Victory Over Failures Plan is a tool that has been developed to help you overcome any difficulty of life with the full expectation of complete and lasting victory. To live victoriously in a lasting, fruitful way, we need to see how we have failed to live God's way, hence the phrase "victory over failures."

This booklet is a companion to the Self- Confrontation manual.

Available in English and Korean
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