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Mobile Ed: Elyse Fitzpatrick Bundle (3 courses)

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Overview

Whether you’re the worship pastor or the Sunday school teacher, your ministry requires your unwavering identity in Christ. In these Mobile Ed courses, Elyse Fitzpatrick lays the groundwork to growing this Christocentric identity. Under her direction, you’ll learn the importance of building Christ-centered identities in your leaders, your peers, and those whom God has entrusted to you—while at the same time, developing and growing your own. You’ll learn the basics of Christian counseling through the ministry of Jesus’ work on the cross, and discover the importance of God’s Word in relational ministry.

These three courses—in counseling and personal and professional development—build the fundamental character principles every growing and learning Christian must have. Elyse Fitzpatrick brings over 24 years’ of biblically-focused counseling to your education, helping you understand the importance of a rock-solid identity in Christ, and teaching you methods for imparting this knowledge to others.

 

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CO111 Gospel-Centered Counseling

  • Instructor: Elyse Fitzpatrick
  • Video units: 7

Learn theological and practical methods for focusing your counseling on Christ’s redemptive work on the cross. In this course, Elyse Fitzpatrick shows how the gospel applies in everyday situations and emphasizes the power of God’s Word to change lives. This course provides sample case studies that demonstrate how to best counsel and minister to broken and hurting people. Elyse Fitzpatrick imparts how the work of Christ can transform both your life and the lives of those you encounter.

Contents:

Introduction

  • Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Unit 1: What Do You See?

  • How Do I Imitate God?
  • Using Thematic Outlines to Preach or Teach a Passage
  • New Testament Indicatives
  • Locating All the Imperative Forms in Ephesians 4
  • Beloved Child or Begrudging Slave
  • Discovering Biblical References for the Term “Beloved”
  • Becoming a Beloved Child
  • When the Gospel Is Forgotten
  • A Case Study: Madeline

Unit 2: Seeing Your Savior

  • How Do I See Christ?
  • The Gospel in Counseling
  • Means of Grace: Hearing the Gospel Preached
  • Preaching for Transformation
  • Creating a Custom Collection of Counseling Resources
  • Means of Grace: Studying Scripture
  • Means of Grace: The Sacrament of Baptism
  • Means of Grace: The Sacrament of the Lordʼs Supper
  • Means of Grace: Fellowship
  • Fellowship: Speaking the Truth in Love
  • Fellowship: Riches in Jars of Clay
  • Finding New Testament References to Loving One Another
  • The Hope of Transformation
  • Jesus Models Transformational Life
  • The Light of Christ Increases

Unit 3: God’s Immeasurable Love

  • What Is the Nature of God’s Love?
  • Finding Verses that Speak about God’s Love
  • Lovelessness: The Root of Disobedience
  • Love: The Root of Obedience
  • The Nature of God’s Love
  • Finding References to God’s Steadfast Love in the Psalms
  • The Hope of God’s Love
  • The Delight of God’s Love
  • The Power of God’s Love
  • A Case Study: Doug

Unit 4: God’s Love and Our Hearts

  • Who Are the Happy and Sad Moralists?
  • The Happy Moralist: Before Jesus
  • Conducting a Character Study on the Pharisees with the Bible Facts Tool
  • The Happy Moralist: Humbled by the Law
  • The Happy Moralist: The Prescription
  • The Sad Moralist: Before the Cross
  • The Sad Moralist: Submission to Grace
  • The Sad Moralist: The Prescription
  • Receiving the Love of God: The Gospel-Centered Christian
  • A Case Study: Jeannie

Unit 5: Gospel-Centered Counseling

  • What Is Gospel-Centered Counseling?
  • Counseling from Scripture
  • Counseling in Balance
  • Counseling in Context
  • Counseling from the Gospel
  • Transformed by the Gospel: Jacob and Laban
  • Transformed by the Gospel: The Welcoming Father
  • A Case Study: Ernest

Unit 6: The Gospel and Our Sanctification

  • What Is Sanctification?
  • Using Bible Concordances to Find References for Sanctification
  • Sanctification: Union with Christ
  • Sanctification: Joy in Christ
  • Sanctification: Rest in Christ
  • A Case Study: Pastor Jack

Unit 7: The Gospel and Our Emotions

  • Cultural View of Emotions
  • Biblical View of Emotions
  • Investigating the Meaning of the Term “Heart”
  • Emotional Response
  • Emotional Transformation
  • Emotional Complexity
  • Emotional Interpretation
  • The Gospel Impact
  • A Case Study: Sally and Chad

Unit 8: The Gospel and Our Relationships

  • Relational Rootedness
  • Relational Understanding
  • Relational Transformation

Conclusion

  • Gospel-Centered Counseling Summary

PD101 Our Identity in Christ

  • Instructor: Elyse Fitzpatrick
  • Video units: 2

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.

Contents:

  • How Does God Describe You?
  • Implications of Your Identity in Christ

PD102 Idolatry and the Power of the Cross

  • Instructor: Elyse Fitzpatrick
  • Video units: 2

What is idolatry, and how do we identify it? Elyse Fitzpatrick demonstrates how idolatry can destroy ministries and teaches key steps for leaders to identify idolatry before it takes root. Focusing on God’s commands against idolatry in the Old and New Testaments, she illustrates how the worship of idols manifested in the lives of biblical characters. Fitzpatrick also covers how idolatry affects men and women in their unique callings and how Christ empowers us to overcome.

Contents:

  • You Shall Have No Other Gods Before Me
  • All People Are Tempted to Idolatry
  • The Gospel Call: Redeemed

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.

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  1. Kevin Bratcher
  2. Deepak Kumar Singh
    I have found these courses very helpful in building the fundamental character principles every growing and learning Christian must have. It really helped me to identify our identity in Christ, including how we are chosen, justified, adopted, and delivered from darkness. The tone of Elyse Fitzpatrick is full of warmth and allure, revealing the Gospel truths to you in a very personal and refreshing way. Really appreciate it!!
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  3. Tommy Miller

    Tommy Miller

    1/14/2015

    11111
    In Segment 14 of this course (PD102), why does Mrs. Fitzpatrick say: "Now, one of the things that’s going on in Christian culture these days is that men are being told that they need respect. There’s no place in the Bible that it says that. Men don’t need respect."? What about the imperative in Ephesians 5:33, "and the wife see that she reverence [i.e. "RESPECT," and even "FEAR," in many modern versions] her husband."? (cf. 1 Peter 3:2 & 6, same word "phobos" or "fear"). The husband is commanded to love his wife. The wife is commanded to respect her husband. If men do not need respect, then why is it commanded in the Scripture? Teachers must be very careful in their instruction concerning the Word of God, "knowing that we shall receive the greater condemnation" (James 3:1).
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  4. John L. Jefferson
  5. Teemu Phillips
    Beware, this author is NOT a member of the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors (now the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors). Her "MA" is from an unaccredited school widely regarded as a diploma mill. Her views on "Gospel-Centered Counseling" and sanctification are far afield from the mainstream of the biblical counseling movement.
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  6. Rokvet

    Rokvet

    4/22/2014

    55555
    My Wife and I are going though the Identity in Christ section now and it's been such a blessing so far. It's not just the technology of the software that's great, (even though it's pretty cool) but it's the way to speakers have lived and researched the word of God to inspire the listener. Also the tutorials on how to use the software have not only inspired me but also my 7 year old son. I do hope that in the future, the courses will be able to be purchased individually instead of in a collection.
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