Do you have a heart to minister to the brokenhearted?
Are you ready? Or do you feel ill-equipped to disciple the hurting? Or maybe you just want to learn more so you can be the best biblical discipler possible. Well, listen in because that’s the topic of today’s podcast.
In case you want to pre-read the section we are talking about in this podcast turn to session 1, page 6, heading Basic Beliefs and Disclosers in the Go in Peace Biblical Discipleship Curriculum Leaders Manual. If you do not have the curriculum, no worries, listen in and you will still be blessed.
Some of the topics we touch on in today’s podcast are:
- Does a person need to have a degree to disciple?
- Secular counseling versus biblical counseling
- Depression and its various causes
- Medications for depression and anxiety
Of course, the podcast is short and to the point to help those who feel ill-equipped to disciple. However, if what we touch on is something you would like to learn more about make sure you check out the Go in Peace Biblical Discipleship Curriculum (the Leader’s Manual–see provided link below) because the curriculum offers practical ways for a person to be set free. And it is an excellent tool for someone who desires to disciple the hurting, whether you feel ill-equipped to disciple or not.
Also, in the podcast we mention a woman who introduced herself as, “Hi, I’m so and so. And I am bi-polar.” If you would like an excellent counseling tool to help understand Man’s terminology of psychological conditions versus what God’s Word has to say about that “so-called” condition click the button below to take a peek at The Christian’s Guide to Psychological Terms on Amazon.
If you would like to purchase the Go in Peace Biblical Discipleship Curriculum Leader’s Manual in either the women’s edition or the men’s edition see the buttons below. The only difference between the two manuals is the cover.
The Go in Peace Leader’s Manual for Women
The Go in Peace Leader’s Manual for Men
We hope you enjoyed our discussion. We look forward to hearing from you. Feel free to leave a comment or share this podcast with your friends. May God richly bless you as you step our and serve Him.