The Sufficiency of Scripture in the Christian Life

I have the great privilege of returning to the Word from the Barn Fellowship in Suamico (Green Bay), Wisconsin on Sunday May 19, 2019. I will be preaching at both the morning (10:00 am) and evening (6:00 pm) services. The topic of the teaching is: The Sufficiency of Scripture in the Christian Life. My new book: Why … Read More

Biblical Counseling Conference–The Sufficiency of Scripture

I will be returning to Valley Baptist Church in Appleton, Wisconsin to lead their upcoming Biblical Counseling Conference. The theme of the conference is: The Sufficiency of Scripture. This will be an excellent study, suitable for seasoned biblical counselors, former students, and those who are new to biblical counseling. The conference is open to the … Read More

Biblical Counseling Supervision III

The final of three seminars for current students in the Destin, Florida training group who are completing the requirements for certification. Each of the tree seminars will provide an opportunity for case studies, counseling practicum, and faculty supervision necessary to complete the BCI training program. Each student is required to complete: 20 hours of counseling … Read More

Biblical Counseling Conference–God’s Word is Sufficient

I will be returning to New Generation Church in Mobile, Alabama to lead their upcoming Biblical Counseling Conference. The theme of the conference is: God’s Word is Sufficient. This will be an excellent study, suitable for seasoned biblical counselors, former students, and those who are new to biblical counseling. The conference is open to the … Read More

Biblical Counseling Supervision II

The second of three seminars for current students in the Destin, Florida training group who are completing the requirements for certification. Each of the tree seminars will provide an opportunity for case studies, counseling practicum, and faculty supervision necessary to complete the BCI training program. Each student is required to complete: 20 hours of counseling … Read More

Biblical Counseling Supervision I

The first of three seminars for current students in the Destin, Florida training group who are completing the requirements for certification. Each of the tree seminars will provide an opportunity for case studies, counseling practicum, and faculty supervision necessary to complete the BCI training program. Each student is required to complete: 20 hours of counseling … Read More

Biblical Counseling with Chronic and Complicated Cases

This course provides the student experience in working with chronic and severe cases requiring specialized care and expanded resources. Situations such as severe depression, suicidal threat, drug and alcohol abuse, loss of reality (psychosis), eating disorders, etc. are explored with emphasis on case study, supervision of actual cases, and role-play. This course will also train … Read More

Crisis Biblical Counseling

This course addresses the response of the Body in crisis situations. Counseling approaches for use in natural disasters (hurricanes, floods, earthquake, etc.), crime situations (homicide, sexual assault, terrorist activity, etc.), and personal crisis situations (illness, sudden loss, abuse, etc.) are taught. This course is especially useful for Chaplains, disaster relief workers, crisis first responders, police … Read More

Evangelism in Biblical Counseling

Biblical Counseling is not only a tool for restoration and discipleship, but can be a productive area of evangelism for the biblical counselor. In this course, the student will learn specific methods of spiritual inquiry, testimony, and Scriptural texts relevant in leading the counselee into an initial relationship with Jesus Christ. Date: Saturday August 25, 2018 … Read More

Married Life with an Unbeliever

By Dr. Ab Abercrombie

Do not be unequally yoked together with unbelievers. For what fellowship has righteousness with lawlessness? And what communion has light with darkness?  And what accord has Christ with Belial? Or what part has a believer with an unbeliever? (2 Cor 6:14-15, NKJV).

The language of this passage is very direct and absolute. Paul writes with clarity that leaves no room for discussion or concession. Christians should not, must not, be “yoked together with unbelievers”. And yet within our counseling ministry, this is perhaps the fastest growing segment of counselees seeking marriage counseling.

The issues affecting this mixed marriage are often complicated and even volatile.  As our text states, there is no communion (fellowship) between light and darkness, and there is no accord (agreement) between Christ and the devil. How then do we expect these contrary spirits to effectively merge?

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