Please suggest the best homeschool curriculum for teaching the Bible to ages 5-8, not a computer program. Just the Bible, not other topics. Many thanks. –Virginia
Good day, sir. I read an article on “telling someone your hidden sin.” I was thinking of telling my pastor my hidden sin, which is a sin against my former church. I am new in the church. Letting him into my hidden sin will make me uncomfortable in the church. I need help. –Chris
Today I was pondering, what does it really mean, in a practical way, for God’s strength to be made perfect in our weakness? How do I apply this truth to my weakness? How do I allow God’s strength to be perfected in my weakness? –Amy
Is there a list of counselors available to counsel in SC? –Leslie
Do you work with people who have signs of Alzheimer’s? It would be nice to visit with you. I enjoy your emails but have not read them for a while. –Jenny
We are getting small groups together with teens. There are many unchurched participating. We have churched teens with serious issues (sin issues) in play. Questions: is segregating the teens from parents a good idea? (There is an adult present and leading in each small group.) Some kids in the groups do not yet know or embrace the gospel. Do you have any recommendations on how to lay something like this out? Are the groups best tailored for Christian kids? We need some help! – im
Rick launched the Life Over Coffee global training network in 2008 to bring hope and help for you and others by creating resources that spark conversations for transformation. His primary responsibilities are resource creation and leadership development, which he does through speaking, writing, podcasting, and educating.
In 1990 he earned a BA in Theology and, in 1991, a BS in Education. In 1993, he received his ordination into Christian ministry, and in 2000 he graduated with an MA in Counseling from The Master’s University. In 2006 he was recognized as a Fellow of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC).