Christian Counseling

Developing a Dynamic Life! <BR>While Putting the Past to Death <BR>By: Dr. Drake P. Perry
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-447-8
Edition: Paperback, 171 Pages
Publication Date: November 15, 2012
There is a serious need for properly trained counselors in both the church and secular community. Few mental health professionals possess the expertise and are adequately equipped to address mental and spiritual health concerns. Therefore; many clients’ are left searching for clearer direction and deeper resolve to the mental and spiritual issues that vex them.

“Developing a Dynamic Life” is an application oriented book geared toward teaching and directing an individual in a host of proven strategies for resolving mental and spiritual health issues and providing access for deliverance into a dynamic purposeful way of living.
A Father's Words <BR>How Fathers Make or Break Their Children <br>By: Stephen Rossi, M.A.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-961-3
Edition: Paperback, 157 Pages
Publication Date: November 24, 2008
Other Editions: Hardcover
A Father’s Words examines the profound impact fathers’ words have on their children. The words and actions of fathers shape their children’s lives in many crucial areas. The things fathers say can make or break their children. Christian counselor Stephen Rossi presents specific strategies, examples, and solutions for repairing, restoring, and healing broken father-child relationships created by degrading words from fathers.

Rossi’s insightful, practical, and compelling book focuses on helping fathers understand, reverse, and prevent the devastating effects of their demeaning words on their children. Rossi inspires and encourages fathers to make the necessary changes that will bless their children. He knows very well as a Christian counselor that this can only really be done with Christ. Rossi relies on and involves Christ in the explanation and healing process throughout his book. A Father’s Words is based on Rossi’s work with fathers and their children throughout his career.
For A Man Who Loves To Go To Prisons, Jesus Emptied "Death Row" <BR>By: Rev. Truman J. Milling Sr.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-567-7
Edition: Paperback, 252 Pages
Publication Date: September 14, 2007
The Rev. Truman John Milling Sr. has preached the gospel all over the world, from the hinterlands of Mexico to the tropics of the Philippines to the jungles of India. He has felt a special calling to minister to the men and women in prisons, bringing hope to the hopeless, salvation to the lost. This book relates his travels and the miracles he has seen God work, including the events that inspired the title of this memoir. For the condemned men in Muntilupa Prison in the Philippines, Jesus really did empty death row and set free a group of evangelists to spread the Good Word across that Southeast Asian archipelago. Let this “man who loves to go to prisons” inspire the evangelist in you.
The Dimensions of Biblical Psychology <BR>By: Milad Zekry Philipos, Ph.D.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-657-5
Edition: Paperback, 115 Pages
Publication Date: August 28, 2007
This book is a combination of the religious thinking and the scientific practice toward mature relationships and adjustable reflections. As a contemporary biblical and psychological interpretation, it is based on 40 years professional experience in counseling, relevant psycho-religious studies and a research for a healthy sensitive, intelligent personality. As a result, this new and original study of principles, motives, spiritual position, and human conduct points out to the sufficiency of God in the face of human failure, which can govern the attitudes and dispositions of the man without breaking the man’s inward or outward. Both scientific and spiritual contents then could affect the basis of marital union. The bridal love is a baby love that may need the idea of full growth and maturity. It must assume full responsibility to the end of final task.
Deliverance and Healing <BR>By: Dr. Drake P. Perry
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ISBN: 1-59824-204-0
Edition: Paperback, 242 Pages
Publication Date: June 13, 2006
Clarity in Counseling for Church Leaders and Parishioners

Experts in both the mental and medical health professions have endeavored to formulate comprehensible explanation for the remarkable recoveries made by people under their care. As we struggle with the seemingly endless battle with mental disorders, and increasingly resistant strains of viruses, many professionals are looking to alternative methodologies.

It is no secret that the battle is complex and staged with many players, most of whom have questionable motives. Attitudes and opinions run deep and the level of pride from one school of thought to another can be outright childish. Regulation of how treatment should be provided is another area that seriously lacks direction. Politicians are transitory in their positions, and most of them direct both resources and influence toward the largest pool of voters, and/or the most significant interest group. This is not an indictment against their integrity, but a candid observation of their predicament. Alternative medicine and psychological therapies have expanded until now they are becoming just as popular as traditional treatments. In the midst of all of these dynamics we find routine accounts of divine healing, and deliverance from mental afflictions.

This book focuses on the comparisons between secular medicine, including mental health therapies, divine healing, and most importantly, Christian counseling. Considerable attention has been dedicated to historical development, clinical results, and the attributes of the different approaches currently being used.

The primary objective of this work is to pry into the sensitive area of the valued principles and practices of secular psychology and traditional medicine, to improve the general understanding of these areas within the Christian community. This book aims to expose the link between Christian faith and improved mental and physical health. It will reveal serious weaknesses among Christians’ and Church Leaders concerning mental health counseling. It will also bring to light the lack of clarity and direction in America’s mental health care system, and the dangers of hybrid Christian counseling models used by the Church.

The last objective is to present Scriptural based solutions that can be used in a professional and practical way. (Dr. Drake Perry 2006)