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"Bob Kellementrainer and coach extraordinairehas a simple goal: he wants to see your church's one-to-one ministry transformed. The way he does that is by giving clear, practical instruction along with a huge package of supplies and tools." --Ed Welch, Faculty Member, CCEF; Author of When People Are Big and God Is Small
"This is a resource that will revolutionize the way your church does ministry and will give you the resources you need to offer practical help from a many-membered body serving one another and their community." --Elyse Fitzpatrick, Author of Counsel from the Cross
"An excellent resource for both individual leaders and also group discussion. This is the book for you if you want to launch a biblical counseling ministry." --Randy Patten, Executive Director, National Association of Nouthetic Counselors
Robert W. Kellemen, through his three pastoral ministries, seminary teaching, and RPM Ministries, has equipped hundreds of people as biblical counselors and spiritual friends. Bob is executive director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition and executive director of the Center for Church Equipping at the Association for Biblical Counselors.
Every Pastor, Ministry Leader, biblical counselor needs to read this book. It provides the best strategies for ministry I have ever seen. Read morePublished 11 months ago by jpa
The book was just what I needed for my class. It came in great condition too!
Thanks a bunch! Keep up the great selling :)
This book is fantastic for anyone desiring to understand biblical church ministry and reaching out to one another. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am the new Director of Counseling at my church and this book is great for equipping someone in my position. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by Kathy Lutes
This is a handbook on doing church as a team. Like what gurus used to teach at leadership seminars, that if we want to go fast, go alone. If we want to go far, travel as a team. Read morePublished on November 4, 2011 by Dr Conrade Yap
We live in a therapeutic culture, a culture where receiving therapy and counsel does not have the stigma it once had. Read morePublished on November 3, 2011 by Jonathan D. Holmes