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Thomas Nelson Counseling Bundle (6 vols.)


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The demand for counseling know-how among pastors and church leadership is at an all-time high. With sharply inclining divorce rates and an increasing volume of addictions and complexes, it’s no longer enough for the pastor to simply be the Bible teacher. With the Thomas Nelson Counseling Bundle, pastors and counselors get some of the most-used counseling handbooks in the industry. These six trusted resources provide recent and thorough research for the most common and most needful issues in counseling, including depression, anxiety, addiction, PTSD, family issues, homosexuality, eating disorders, and more.

In Logos Bible Software, finding answers becomes extra fast with these quick guides. As you read through your Bible or any Logos ebook, you can easily search and access topics or Scripture references you come across, for example, "addiction" or "phobia." All Scripture references are linked directly to your preferred Bible translation, allowing you to immediately read the verse being cited.

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  • Provides recent research and cases in counseling and psychology
  • Recognizes spiritual needs within psychological disorders and applies sound biblical teaching where appropriate
  • Ranks among the highest-rated resources in Christian counseling
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Caring for People God’s Way

  • Editors: Tim Clinton, Archibald Hart, and George Ohlschlager
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Pages: 543

Caring for People God’s Way presents Christian counseling in a systematic, step-by-step manner that outlines the process as practically as possible. It then applies the process to the most common issues faced by Christian counselors: personal and emotional issues, trauma, grief, loss, and suicide.

Caring for People God’s Way is a collection of articles on counseling from a Christian perspective. Some of the topics addressed in this resource include:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Perfectionism and obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Anger
  • Personality disorders
  • Gambling, spending, and sexual addictions
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Abortion and post-abortion syndrome

Introduction to Biblical Counseling: Becoming a Biblical Counselor (Video)

  • Instructor: Tim Clinton
  • Producer: Light Learning Institute
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Video Length: 46 minutes

Introduction to Biblical Counseling is currently being updated to work on web and mobile. For the time being, it will only work in your desktop app.

Introduction to Biblical Counseling: Becoming a Biblical Counselor is an instructional video resource that accompanies Caring for People God’s Way.

Resources for Christian Counseling, Vol. 2: Counseling Christian Workers

  • Author: Louis McBurney
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 1986
  • Pages: 293

Resources for Christian Counseling presents current research and practical tools for counseling contemporary problems. The authors in this series deal with a broad range of human concerns from a biblical perspective. Comprehensive and practical, this series is a valuable resource for anyone who has the responsibility of counseling others.

Ministering to Twenty-First Century Families

  • Author: Dennis Rainey
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 480

There is nothing traditional about the typical family of the twenty-first century, and so it follows that ministering to today's families presents an assortment of new challenges. Rainey believes that the resources needed by the church to confront and combat family problems do exist, and Ministering to Twenty-First Century Families is a user-friendly guide to combating the destruction of the family unit. Offering practical solutions and encouraging action, Rainey calls for a “roll-up-your-sleeves” approach to healing weary families.

Biblical Counseling for Today: A Handbook for Those Who Counsel from Scripture

  • Authors: Jeffrey Watson, Charles R. Swindoll, and Roy B. Zuck
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 244

In his preface to this challenging book Jeff Watson describes biblical counseling as "a noble adjective married to a nervous noun."

Believers are wise to be skeptical of much that is done in the name of counseling in secular settings. Even under the umbrella of "Christian counseling," one has heard horror stories of cases where God's Word has been misused. But Jeff Watson makes a strong case in this volume for the legitimacy of marrying "biblical" and "counseling."

Christian counselors, says Watson, need to cultivate three fundamental skills in their patients:

  • How to tell their stories;
  • How to choose their goals wisely; and
  • How to practice changes in their lives.

Watson helps counselors achieve these goals by drawing on the interactions of Christ, the commands of Scripture, and the actions of the apostles and prophets. Thus he marries counseling and biblical principles.

Christian Counseling: A Comprehensive Guide

  • Author: Gary R. Collins
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 976

This proven guide in pastoral counseling has been extensively expanded and revised by the author to include recent developments and research, new resources, and attention to newly urgent needs such as AIDS, eating disorders, homosexuality, and violence. Written with clarity and sensitivity, this volume builds on biblical foundations and the best resources of professional psychology. It reflects the insights the author has gained from many years of Christian counseling.

This revised, expanded, and updated version contains nearly 1,000 pages of information!

Several names emerged as leaders of the burgeoning Christian counseling movement in the 70s—Jay Adams, Larry Crabb, and Gary Collins among them. Collins was not only a counselor, but a student of Scripture and an entrepreneur. Under his leadership the American Association of Christian Counselors was birthed (with over 50,000 members as of 2005).

Those in the biblical counseling movement see Collins as too integrationist. While those in the later emerging Protestant spiritual formation movement see ‘Christian Counseling’ as overly therapeutic.

Regardless of one’s orientation, Collins’ work raises vital issues that continue to resonate with people helpers. Given his role in Christian counseling, the text now stands as a classic and one historical researchers will cull for years to come.

—Bob Kellemen, PhD, author, Soul Physicians, Spiritual Friends, Biblical Psychology, Martin Luther’s Pastoral Counseling, and Sacred Companions: A History of Soul Care and Spiritual Direction.


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