Speaking Truth in Love: Counsel in Community by David Powlison
You probably speak 20,000 words a day, give or take, and each one influences those who listen. No wonder God has so much to say about our words. We are all counselors, whether we realize it or not!
Speaking Truth in Love is a blueprint for communication that strengthens community in Christ. The principles outlined in this pivotal work are specific to counseling, yet extend to marriage, family, friendship, business, and the church.
- Have you ever wondered how to be a more effective counselor?
- Have you ever looked for a better way to talk to difficult people?
- Have you ever wanted to express faith and love more naturally in your relationships?
David Powlison, M.Div., Ph.D is a popular speaker, writer, and faculty member of the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundaltion’s School of Biblical Counseling. He also teaches Practical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and edits the Journal of Biblical Counseling. Dr. Powlison has also written Seeing with New Eyes: Counseling and the Human Condition Through the Lens of Scripture, a 2004 nominee for the coveted ECPA Gold Medallion Award. In addition, he has written Power Encounters: Reclaiming Spiritual Warfare, and numerous articles on counseling.
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