Today, churches are increasingly placing their confidence in Christian psychology as the answer to their need for the ministry of counseling. But counseling is not primarily the work of the professional: it is a crucial way for believers in Christ to demonstrate biblical love toward one another within a gospel-centered, truth-driven, and grace-dispensing church environment. That is the main point of this book.
Solidly rooted in the belief that the Scriptures are sufficient for every soul-related struggle in life, and totally committed to the truth that the Holy Spirit is competent to accomplish the work of sanctification, this paradigm-shifting book will challenge every believer.
In his companion work, Counsel Your Flock, Paul concentrated on the role that teaching shepherds have in leading God’s people to spiritual maturity by faithfully equipping them for effective ministry. Here he biblically presents, and thoroughly defends, every believer’s responsibility to work toward God’s goal to conform us to the image of his Son—a goal that will not be reached apart from a targeted form of discipleship, most often referred to as “counseling.”
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This book gets it right! Comprehensive and convincing, Counsel 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.
—John MacArthur, pastor-teacher, Grace Community Church, Sun Valley, California
This is a must read for every pastor and layman who take Matthew 28 and discipleship in the local church seriously, as Christ commanded.
—Dr. Ron Allchin, director, Biblical Counseling Center near Chicago