Developing Awareness of the Value of Biblical Counseling Training As a Means of Obeying the Great Commission at Cornerstone Bible Fellowship, North Ridgeville, Ohio
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SubjectCornerstone Bible Fellowship (North Ridgeville, Ohio)
Great Commission (Bible)
Chapter 1 covers the context of ministry at CBF and addressed the goals of this project. Chapter 2 examines several biblical texts which give the theological basis depicting the local church as the primary place for counseling and training. The third chapter examines that in the finished canon of Scripture, Jesus Christ invested all things necessary for the church to fulfill the commission. Four men of history deemed integral in the formation of psychology, as well as Larry Crabb are considered. Chapter 4 discusses the development of the curriculum for CBF. Further, this chapter deals with why ACBC certification is valuable in helping CBF to fulfill the mandate of 2 Timothy 2:15, in studying to show proficiency in counseling biblically. The final chapter of the project centers on the results of the pre-and post-survey data. This chapter also considers an evaluation of the project’s purpose. An evaluation of the project’s goals is also addressed measured by the results of the surveys. The chapter concludes with some theological reflections on the project.