Effective Biblical Counseling : A Model For Helping Caring Christians Become Capable Counselors By Crabb Essay

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Liberty University
PACO 507
Andrew Reitenauer
Crabb Comparison Paper
September 11, 2016

ABSTRACT
In this paper, the student-writer will discuss the methods that are taught in In Effective biblical counseling: A model for helping caring Christians become capable counselors by Crabb (1977). The student-writer will also use what is taught in this book with the skills that are expressed in Creating a Healthier Church; Family Systems Theory, Leadership, and congregational life by Richardson (1996) and Blessed Connections: Relationships that sustain vital ministry, by Schwanz (2008). The student-writer will compare and contrast the skills that are mentioned in these books to establish a well maintained way in which to ministry to clients, and meet their needs as a counselor.

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Primary Goal The primary goal of Dr. Crabb is to give the new counselor an effective way to ministry to their clients in an easy step by step method. Dr. Crabb focuses his method on the client building their relationship with Christ to develop healing and wholeness in the view of what Christ created them to be. His focus is totally on the client’s personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The counselor’s role is to assist the client in growing in identifying their own problems and solutions based in light of God’s great mercy

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