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Discover the relevance of Scripture and how theology can inform and shape your life guided by experienced pastors, teachers and counselors (Bev Hislop, Daniel M. Doriani, Elyse Fitzpatrick, Stephen Arterburn, and Tim Clinton). Enhance your understanding of many life topics including marriage, ethics, shepherding of woman, eating, sexual temptations, and anger from a biblical perspective with practical applications.

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PC131 Shepherding Women

  • Instructor: Bev Hislop
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Video Hours: 4

Dr. Bev Hislop provides strategies to improve pastoral care to women. The course examines the biblical portrayal of women, considers the effect of physiological and psychological differences between men and women on pastoral care, and offers a profile of effective shepherding of women.


Unit 1: A Pastoral Understanding of Women
  • Gender Distinction in Scripture
  • Searching for Resources on Gender and the Image of God
  • Unique to Man
  • Unique to Woman
  • Impact and Implications of the Fall
  • Woman as Life-Bearer (1)
  • Woman as Life-Bearer (2)
  • Discovering Different Views of 1 Peter 3:7
  • Woman as Companion and Bride
  • Compassionate Shepherding
  • Moved to Compassion
  • Jesus’ Compassion in Mark 5
  • The Woman Who Touched Jesus
  • Jesus’ Compassion in John 4
  • Condemnation in John 8
  • Elizabeth, Mary, and Mary
  • Women Shepherding Women in Titus
  • Older Women and Men in Titus
  • Unit 1 Quiz
Unit 2: Physiological and Psychological Differences
  • The Formation of the Brain
  • Empathizing and Systemizing (1)
  • Empathizing and Systemizing (2)
  • Processing Pain
  • Gender Advantages
  • Using the Baker Encyclopedia of Psychology and Counseling
  • Unit 2 Quiz
  • Midterm Exam
Unit 3: Women Shepherding Women
  • Distinctives of Shepherding Women
  • Performing Bible Word Searches on “Shepherd”
  • What Makes a Good Shepherd?
  • Women as Shepherds
  • Effective Biblical Shepherding
  • Unit 3 Quiz
Unit 4: Profile of Shepherding
  • The Metaphor of Sheep
  • Bad Shepherds Are Non-shepherds
  • Ezekiel 34
  • Creating a Handout about Good vs. Bad Shepherding
  • The Impact of Poor Shepherding
  • Using the Passage Guide to Examine the Context of Ezekiel 34
  • The Impact of Good Shepherding
  • Essential Elements of Good Shepherding
  • Creating, Sharing, and Collaborating on Prayer Lists
  • Elements of Shepherding: Binding the Injured
  • Do’s for Shepherding: Discover If She Wants to Change
  • Two Do’s for Shepherding: Lists and Limits
  • Consulting Pastoral Visitation: A Pocket Manual
  • Two Do’s for Shepherding: Answers and Referrals
  • Examining Legal Issues Associated with Counseling Ministries
  • Do’s for Shepherding: Walk through Her Pain
  • Do’s for Shepherding: Respect Her Choice
  • Two Do’s for Shepherding: Presence and God’s Power
  • Three Don'ts for Shepherding: Advice, Promises, and Fixing Things
  • Two Don’ts for Shepherding: Assumptions and Facts
  • Two Don’ts for Shepherding: Judgments and Workload
  • Two Don’ts for Shepherding: Overspiritualizing and Emotions
  • Listen to My Story
  • Active Listening
  • Empathize with Me
  • Reflect My Options
  • Respect My Choices
  • Unit 4 Quiz
  • Hope for the Church
  • Final Exam

Dr. Bev Hislop is a writer and professor with over 30 years of experience in women's ministry. She is the founder of the Women’s Center for Ministry at Western Seminary, where she currently teaches. Dr. Hislop has served on the board of Network for Women in Leadership, hosted a weekly radio program, and established and directed several women’s ministries.

Dr. Hislop’s newest book, Shepherding Women in Pain, is a vital resource for pastors, women’s ministry directors, and all who have a heart for helping hurting women. Dr. Hislop is also the author of Shepherding a Woman's Heart, and was a major contributing author to the Women's Ministry Handbook.

PC151 Theology of Everyday Life

  • Instructor: Dan Doriani
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Video Hours: 5

In Theology of Everyday Life, Dr. Daniel Doriani shows how theology can inform social and personal life. From eating and playing, to friendship and weddings, this course looks at the importance of developing a deeper sense of the relevance of Scripture and Christian ethics to physical and relational life. Reflecting deeply on what the Bible has to say about various everyday topics, Doriani gives rich ethical guidance and provides tools to help you find insight from Scripture.


Unit 1: Social Dimensions of Everyday Life
  • An Example from the Czech Republic
  • Finding and Understanding Passive Imperatives in Romans
  • Vaclav Havel on Social Pressure
  • Living in the Truth
  • Unit 1 Quiz
Unit 2: Friendship
  • Resisting Social Pressure
  • Walking in the Light Together
  • Grounded in the Character of God
  • The Friendship of God
  • Using a Bible Search to See Where God is Referred to as “Friend”
  • The Practice of Friendship
  • Unit 2 Quiz
Unit 3: Play
  • Celebrating the Goodness of Life
  • The Paradoxes and Pitfalls of Play
  • The Redemption of Play
  • Unit 3 Quiz
Unit 4: Food
  • A Theological Perspective on Food
  • Food: Scarcity and Abundance
  • The Redemption of Food
  • Searching The Apostolic Fathers in English for References to Fasting
  • Temperance
  • Evaluating the Meaning of “Wine” in the Bible
  • Unit 4 Quiz
Unit 5: Calling
  • A Theology of Calling
  • Researching God’s “Calling” with Bible Word Study
  • The Call of God
  • A Place in Life
  • Unit 5 Quiz
  • Midterm Exam
Unit 6: Sleep
  • An Ethic of Rest
  • Sleep in Scripture
  • Finding Literal References to Sleep in the New Testament
  • Sleep as an Act of Faith
  • Unit 6 Quiz
Unit 7: Work
  • Faithfulness at Work
  • The Fall of Work
  • Using the Dictionary of Bible Themes to Find References to Work
  • The Meaning of Work
  • Work as Shared Humanity
  • Gifting and Work
  • Working with Integrity
  • Work Narratives from Scripture
  • Christ in Our Work
  • Unit 7 Quiz
Unit 8: Weddings
  • Weddings in Culture
  • Weddings in Scripture
  • Unit 8 Quiz
Unit 9: The Body
  • A Theology of Life in the Flesh
  • The Body in Culture
  • The Creation of the Body
  • The Fall of the Body
  • The Redemption of the Body
  • The Restoration of the Body
  • The Future of the Body
  • Comparing Translations of Koilia with Bible Word Study
  • Practical Applications
  • Unit 9 Quiz
  • Final Exam

Dr. Daniel M. Doriani (STM, PhD) is vice president of strategic academic projects and professor of theology at Covenant Seminary. He has also served in various pastoral roles and has been involved in planning and study committees at the presbytery level in both the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). He is the author of several books, including Getting the Message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible, Putting the Truth to Work: The Theory and Practice of Biblical Application, and commentaries on Matthew and 1 Peter in the Reformed Expository Commentary series.

PD101 Our Identity in Christ

  • Instructor: Elyse Fitzpatrick
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Video Hours: 2

Grow your identity in Christ further with this course from renowned author and biblical counselor Elyse Fitzpatrick. God has the power to transform lives through his love. In this course, learn what the Bible says about our identity in Christ, including how we are chosen, justified, adopted, and delivered from darkness. Then examine the implications of our identity in Christ, including what we can believe about ourselves, how we can respond to others, and where we can place our hope. Whether you’re a counselor, a pastor, or a new Christian, Elyse Fitzpatrick’s lessons will be foundational for helping you cultivate a Christ-centered identity.


Unit 1: How Does God Describe You?
  • Uniquely Crafted and Known
  • Searching for Topics with Bible References
  • Particularly Chosen
  • Loved by God
  • Using Bible Word Study to Find Words Related to “Conqueror”
  • Born Again to a Living Hope
  • Declared Righteous
  • Freed from Debt
  • Freed from Bondage and Adopted
  • Kept and Delivered
  • Using Passage Lists to Help You Memorize Bible Verses
  • A Citizen of Heaven Supplied with Everything
  • Quiz - Unit 1
Unit 2: Implications of Your Identity in Christ
  • We Can Be Transparent
  • We Can Rejoice
  • We Can Believe God Is for Us
  • We Have Hope
  • We Have a New Identity
  • Looking at Greek Prepositions to See All that We Have in Christ
  • We Can Glorify God
  • We Can Live Righteously
  • We Can Believe God Is Pleased with Us
  • We Can Welcome and Love Others
  • We Are Free from Legalism and Guilt
  • Finding Verses about Failure Using the Dictionary of Bible Themes
  • We Can Act as Free People
  • We Can Suffer Well
  • We Don’t Need to Worry What Others Think
  • We Share Christ’s Inheritance
  • We Can Be Content and Generous
  • Quiz - Unit 2
  • Final Exam

Elyse Fitzpatrick has been counseling women since 1989. She is a member of the National Association of Nouthetic Counseling, a retreat and conference speaker, and is the head of Women Helping Women Ministries. Fitzpatrick has a certificate in biblical counseling from CCEEF in San Diego and an MA in biblical counseling from Trinity Theological Seminary.

She is the author of more than 15 books, including Love to Eat, Hate to Eat. Fitzpatrick has developed an extensive curriculum in biblical counseling and has trained students in both North and South America.

PD151 Do This Not That to Transform Your Marriage

  • Instructor: Stephen Arterburn
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Video Hours: 4

In this course, Stephen Arterburn considers biblical misinterpretations, common misconceptions about marriage, and the tragedy of divorce, before discussing tools you can begin using right now to strengthen your marriage. You’ll get practical tips on what to do and what not to do. Whether you’re struggling with issues in your marriage or looking for ways to improve it, you’ll appreciate these clear steps.


Unit 1: The Christian Marriage
  • Biblical Misinterpretations That Hurt Marriages
  • More Biblical Misinterpretations That Hurt Marriages
  • Defining a Christian Marriage
  • The Impact of Divorce
  • The Power of Godly Marriages
  • Three Elements of a Great Marriage
  • Willingness Ensures a Strong Foundation
  • Performing a Sense Search for “Courage” and Using Visual Copy
Unit 2: Seven Things to Stop for a Better Marriage
  • Stop Thinking Only about Yourself
  • Stop Tolerating Compulsions, Addictions, and Dependency
  • Stop Holding on to Anger and Resentment
    • Differentiating between Words for Anger in the Bible
  • Stop Trying to Fix or Change Your Mate
  • Stop Drowning in Suspicion and Jealousy
  • Stop Clinging to Unrealistic Expectations
  • Stop Obsessing over the Past and Past Mistakes
  • Review of the Seven Things to Stop Doing
Unit 3: Seven Things to Do for a Better Marriage
  • Start Showing Respect to Your Spouse
    • Discovering the Meaning of a Greek Word in Logos
    • What If Your Spouse Does Not Respect You?
  • Start Practicing Lifetime Vows
    • Finding Practical Applications with Thematic Outlines
    • What If Your Spouse Does Not Honor the Lifetime Vow?
  • Start Affirming Your Spouse’s Strengths
    • What If Your Spouse Does Not Affirm Your Strengths?
  • Start Focusing on Celebrating and Having Fun
  • Start Responding Romantically to Your Mate
    • Sexual Satisfaction and Competency
    • What If Your Spouse Does Not Respond Romantically?
  • Start Expressing Grace and Forgiveness
    • What If Your Spouse Does Not Express Grace or Forgive You?
  • Start Spending Money More Responsibly: Seven-Point Plan
    • Spending Plan: Points 1–3
    • Spending Plan: Points 4–7
    • Financial Responsibility: Vision and Action
Unit 4: Opportunities
  • Opportunities for Couples and Churches
  • Daily Devotions with Your Spouse

Stephen Arterburn is the founder and chairman of New Life Ministries, and host of the #1 nationally syndicated Christian counseling talk show New Life Live. He is also the founder of the Women of Faith conferences attended by over four million people, and he serves as a teaching pastor at Heartland Church in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Arterburn is the bestselling author of Every Man’s Battle, Lose It for LifeHealing Is a ChoiceIs This the One?, and Walking Into Walls. He has over seven million books in print and three Gold Medallions for writing excellence.

PD161 Understanding and Living with Sexual Integrity

  • Instructor: Stephen Arterburn
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Video Hours: 4

Stephen Arterburn’s Every Man’s Battle and the Life Recovery Bible have helped countless people struggling with sexual integrity. In this course, he addresses not only basic issues of dealing with sexual temptation, but goes beyond to examine the challenging topic of sexual addiction and the problem of anger. You’ll better understand both the roots of lust and how to battle against it.


Unit 1: The Challenge of Sexual Integrity
  • The Realities of Life
  • Handling Challenges and Difficulties
  • Destroying Intimacy
  • Spiritual Leadership
  • Finding Major Themes in a Passage Using the Information Panel
  • The Private Sex Life
  • Satan’s Role in Sexual Temptation
  • The Realities of Sexual Integrity
  • Unit 1 Quiz
Unit 2: Defining Important Concepts
  • Integration
  • Bifurcation
  • Objectification
  • Sanctification
  • Congruency
  • Compulsive Masturbation
  • Connection
  • Unit 2 Quiz
Unit 3: Maintaining Sexual Integrity
  • Living according to God’s Calling
  • Using the Proverbs Explorer to Find Practical Wisdom on Addiction
  • The Sexual Purity Battleground
  • Fighting the Battle for Sexual Purity
  • Desiring Sexual Purity
  • Bouncing Your Eyes
  • Using Speaker Data to Discover What Jesus Says about the Eye
  • Guarding Your Mind
  • Guarding Your Heart
  • Dealing with Failure
  • Unit 3 Quiz
  • Midterm Exam
Unit 4: Dealing with Sexual Addiction
  • The Prevalence of Sexual Addiction
  • Types of Sexual Addiction
  • Addiction or Sin?
  • Signs of Addiction
  • More Signs of Addiction
  • Testing for Addiction
  • First Half of the Addiction Cycle
  • Second Half of the Addiction Cycle
  • Our Sexually Saturated Society
  • Values of a Sexually Saturated Society
  • Healing and Hope
  • Thoughts on Recovery
  • Unit 4 Quiz
Unit 5: Anger and Sexual Addiction
  • Anger in Men
  • Using the Sermon Starter Guide to Create a Topical Study
  • Anger in Society
  • Roots of Anger
  • Introduction to Myths
  • Myths Men Believe
  • More Myths Men Believe
  • Building an Accountability Group Using Faithlife Groups
  • A Final Myth
  • Coping with Anger
  • Helping Angry Men
  • Searching for God
  • Unit 5 Quiz
  • Final Exam

Stephen Arterburn is the founder and chairman of New Life Ministries, and host of the #1 nationally syndicated Christian counseling talk show New Life Live. He is also the founder of the Women of Faith conferences attended by over four million people, and he serves as a teaching pastor at Heartland Church in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Arterburn is the bestselling author of Every Man’s Battle, Lose It for LifeHealing Is a ChoiceIs This the One?, and Walking Into Walls. He has over seven million books in print and three Gold Medallions for writing excellence.

PD171 Biblical Soul Care

  • Instructor: Tim Clinton
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Video Hours: 8

For those who have a passion for helping others and who would appreciate the foundation of Bible-based counseling training, Dr. Timothy Clinton offers PD171 Biblical Soul Care. PD171 presents the intersection of psychology and faith in the practice of counseling and explores the increasing need for a response to the stresses of twenty-first century American life. The course draws on numerous biblical passages to augment psychology’s explanations and treatment suggestions for a distressed person’s needs and is replete with examples from Dr. Clinton’s experience as a practicing counselor. This course will help you become better prepared for the counseling demands in your ministry and life in general.


Unit 1: Becoming a Life Coach
  • A Calling to Help People
  • Modern Day Life: People Are Hurting, Part 1
  • Modern Day Life: People Are Hurting, Part 2
  • People Are Searching
  • Answering God’s Call
  • Strength for the Journey
  • Developing an Eternal Perspective
  • Bible Passages for Developing Soul Care
Unit 2: Attachment Model
  • Made for Relationships
  • Attachments vs. Close Relationships
  • You/Me Model
  • Ambivalent Attachment
  • Disorganized Attachment
  • Secure Attachment
  • Breaking Free
Unit 3: “A” Model
  • A Model for Breaking Free
  • Losing Heart
  • Aloneness
  • Alienation
  • Adulteries of the Heart
  • Recovery of the Heart
  • Attachment
Unit 4: Lessons Learned in the Counselor’s Chair
  • You Can’t Treat What You Don’t See
  • Entering into the Darkness Is Dangerous and Difficult Work
  • The Past Isn’t the Past If It Affects the Present
  • It’s about Light, Not Darkness
  • You Can’t Give What You Don’t Have
  • It’s All about Relationships
  • It Takes a Village
Unit 5: Change Your Life
  • New Year’s Resolutions
  • Stay Teachable; Take Action
  • Be Passionate; Choose to Be Happy
  • Be Forgiving and Compassionate; Be Persistent
Unit 6: Love on the Rocks
  • Marriage on the Rocks
  • Everyday Pressures That Tear at Love, Part 1
  • Everyday Pressures That Tear at Love, Part 2
  • Distancing
  • Disaffection
  • Trading Our Sorrows for New Life
  • Love and Safety
  • United with Purpose
Unit 7: Personal and Professional Considerations
  • Knowledge
  • Helping Skills
  • The Heart
  • Mistakes
  • Pain
  • Counseling as Discipleship
  • Core Skills
  • Common Impediments to Healing
Unit 8: God and You
  • What We Know about God
  • What God Knows about Us
  • God Knows Our Future
Unit 9: Suffering
  • God Never Wastes a Wound
  • Why Suffering?
  • His Presence Is Enough
  • Help in Times of Trouble
Unit 10: Anger
  • Definition of Anger and Key Thoughts
  • Action Steps
Unit 11: Addiction
  • Definitions of Addiction and Key Thoughts
  • Characteristics of an Addiction
Unit 12: Depression
  • Types of Depression
  • Symptoms and Treatment of Depression

Tim Clinton, EdD is the president of the nearly 50,000-member American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), the largest and most diverse Christian counseling association in the world. He is professor of counseling and pastoral care and executive director of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. Licensed in Virginia as both a professional counselor and a marriage and family therapist, Dr. Clinton now spends a majority of his time working with Christian leaders and professional athletes. He has authored over 20 books and is recognized as a world leader in faith and mental health issues. Dr. Clinton has been married to the love of his life, Julie, for more than 30 years. They have two children, Megan and Zach.


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