Marriage

Human Sexuality in Biblical Counseling

By Ab Abercrombie | March 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

By: Pastor Larry Creamer Companion powerpoint file

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The Impact of Biblical Counseling

By Ab Abercrombie | November 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

Valley Baptist Church Biblical counseling is having a significant impact toward fulfilling our purpose of “Preparing People to Meet Jesus” here at Valley Baptist Church.  This is taking place on three distinct levels. First, we now have about 16 people who either have completed or are working toward certification in biblical counseling in a congregation … Read More

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Repentance and Forgiveness in the Family

By Ab Abercrombie | May 10, 2010 | 0 Comments

Dr. Ab Abercrombie Actions and behaviors are damaging. Things said and done between people often provoke emotions that are hurtful, even destructive, over time. Often, it is the root of bitterness and unforgiveness that lies at the core of unresolved issues and without attention, can deceive and destroy the peace of our relationships. Unforgiveness undermines: … Read More

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Marriage God’s Way: The Wife’s Call

By Ab Abercrombie | December 1, 2009 | 2 Comments

By: Dr. Ab and Karen Abercrombie Excerpt taken from: CHRISTIAN SHRINKS Answer ALL Your Questions…(No Couch Required), Xulon Press, 2005. THE WOMAN’S CALL What does the Bible say about the wife’s role in the marriage and home? God’s Word tells us that the wife is indeed unique, created in a manner unlike any other creature.  … Read More

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Marriage God’s Way: The Husband’s Call

By Ab Abercrombie | November 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

By: Dr. Ab and Karen Abercrombie Excerpt taken from Christian Shrinks Answer ALL Your Questions…(No Couch Required), Xulon Press, 2005 What does the Bible say about the role of the husband in the home? Biblically, the man is called to be the priest of his home.  He is directed to love, honor, protect, and lead; … Read More

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The Greater Offense

By Ab Abercrombie | September 8, 2009 | 0 Comments

By: Ab Abercrombie, Ph.D. Mirriam-Webster defines an offense as: “An act of stumbling; a cause or occasion of sin; and/or something that outrages the moral or physical senses.” Most married couples seeking the support of a biblical counselor will report any number of such offenses. Their focus however is horizontal in its orientation. In other … Read More

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