Counsellors must learn from our preachers and our preachers learn from our counsellors
Arguably, a well-crafted short note is often gentler, clearer, more personal and more infused with Bible references than anything we text or even say.
By Helen Thorne
Dan Wells explains why appropriate boundaries and limits on what we can give are a good thing.
Who is going to ask us the kind of questions that will keep us working faithfully for the Lord? And what would those questions be, anyway?
Is it OK for a few, struggling people to take up a lot of my time?