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WHEN WORDS MATTER MOST

SPEAKING TRUTH WITH GRACE TO THOSE WITH LOVE

When a friend is struggling and in need of biblical guidance, it can be difficult to find the balance between speaking truth and speaking with grace. Even the most well-intentioned efforts can come across as insensitive or inadequate.

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I ENJOY SEEING THE WORD OF GOD SHAPE LIVES FOR HIS GLORY.

Reconciling Friendships After Conflict

I nearly ruined a relationship with a counselee. I want to share the lessons I learned from my mistake and share a testimony of God’s grace to bring reconciliation.   All of us value the friendships which develop through...

Caroline’s New Book: When Words Matter Most

I am very excited that my wife, best friend, and favorite counselor, Caroline Newheiser, has co-authored her first book, along with our dear friend Cheryl Marshall, to be published by Crossway. This book contains wonderful practical wisdom for ladies who want to honor...

Lessons Learned from a Fallen Pastor

Introduction (by Jim Newheiser) Recently, the BCC presented a blog about “Helping Adult Victims of Clergy Sexual Abuse,” authored by Caroline Newheiser along with an anonymous victim. A fallen pastor who read Caroline’s blog contacted me and wanted to tell his story...

Helping Adult Victims of Clergy Sexual Abuse

Recent news reports have revealed the sad reality of several adult women who were victims of sexual misconduct by a man in spiritual leadership. The following article offers suggestions for the counselor who has the opportunity to counsel women in similar...

“I Miss Your Touch” — One of the Negative Effects of COVID-19

Our culture is undergoing necessary restrictions because of the novel coronavirus. The consequences are creeping into our behavior, influencing habits, and affecting the joys of human interaction. These changes began slowly, as our culture sought to follow the rules...

Is Accountability Too Intrusive?

Have you ever wondered how involved a counselor should be in the life of a counselee? Have you ever thought, “It is fine to meet once a week, but I shouldn’t become more involved”? Do you ask yourself, “Am I being too nosy to ask my counselee to report on specific...

Jim and Caroline on IBCD’s Ask the Counselor

https://www.facebook.com/IBCDorg/videos/257431852181935/

Georgia Discipleship and Counseling Network Webinar: Jim and Caroline Newheiser

https://www.gadiscipleship.org/articles/biblical-counseling-webinar-jim-and-caroline-newheiser https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=284&v=wlwqWNhfIck

Counseling During COVID-19: When We Can’t Meet Face-to-Face

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, many counselors have discontinued in-person counseling in favor of remote methods. Thankfully, communication technology has exploded in the past few years. Some will counsel by phone, others by a means which allows “face-to-face”...

I am a Ministry Wife

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RESOURCES:

Whether you are a counselor or counselee, there are multiple resources available to you. Visit the resources page to learn more about these assets including access to the ICBD app, Counseling Cards, 100 go-to verses, and Jim Newheiser’s Handouts. 

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