This unique episode of 15:14 was recorded during the 2018 Called to Counsel Conference of the Association of Biblical Counselors. This episode is a collection of short interviews with attendees of the conference sharing about themselves, their ministries, what drew them to the conference as well as some take aways from the conference.
Domestic violence is an extremely challenging issue to address. This week's guest, Chris Moles, has over 17 years of experience dealing with this difficult topic. Chris has worked with the state and through the church to help both the victims and perpetrators of domestic violence. He and Curtis discuss some of the issues related to this challenging topic and offer resources for further education.
Retired Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel, John Foldberg joins Curtis for this episode of 15:14 to discuss his role as Aftercare Manager for The Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs. Mighty Oaks helps our nations heroes, current and former military personnel, and first responders who wrestle with Post Traumatic Stress. Listen and learn how you or your church might help minister to these brave men and women.
Nathan Penny, Pastor of Counseling at Harvest Bible Chapel in Oakville, Ontario and board member of the Canadian Biblical Counseling Coalition (CBCC), joins us for this episode of 15:14. Nathan and Curtis discuss the state of biblical counseling in Canada, and the upcoming second annual CBCC conference.
Jonathan Holmes, Pastor of Counseling at Parkside Church and Executive Director of Fieldstone Counseling joins us for this episode of 15:14. Jonathan and Curtis discuss the development of independent biblical counseling centers, including their strengths and weaknesses. Learn what it takes to launch this type of ministry, and discover if this would be something for your church to consider.
In this week's episode of 15:14, Curtis is joined by Dr. John Crotts for a discussion of his latest book, Graciousness: Tempering Truth With Love (Grand Rapids, MI: Reformation Heritage Books, 2018). This resource encourages all believers to be careful not to allow their zeal for truth to affect their ability to communicate with love and graciousness.
This week's episode of 15:14 is the third and final in our series of interview questions from the Biblical Counseling Coalition's first Global Summit. Our guests were asked a series of questions and in this episode they respond to the question, "What does the Bible have to say to people who struggle with serious issues of mental illness?"
This week's episode of 15:14 continues our look back to interviews from the 2016 Biblical Counseling Coalition Global Summit. This week we will hear several biblical counseling leaders share why they are excited about the BCC and how they have been blessed by the BCC both personally and in ministry.