Coming alongside struggling children can feel like an uphill battle. Counselors and parents mistakenly believe children somehow need different answers to lifes problems than adults needbut Christ is always the way.
Children struggle with the same desires adults struggle with, are lured by the same lies adults fall prey to, and can find hope in the same source adults can find hopein our Lord and Savior.
In this manual for biblical counselors, men and women will learn how to help struggling children with the hope found in our Redeemer as presented in the Word of God. Caring for the Souls of Children equips counselors, parents, pastors, and anyone else who wants to love children with the hope of Jesus to boldly trust in the sufficiency of Scripture.
Rather than relying on different methods to reach children, this manual helps counselors share the truth of Christthe way, the truth, and the lifeall while tailoring interactions and teachings to the understanding of children.
Edited by counseling professional and author Amy Baker, this in-depth resource offers the biblical wisdom and practical insights of contributing authors who are experienced in biblical counseling for children.
Amy Baker, PhD, is the ministry resource director at Faith Church (Lafayette, IN); director of counseling for Vision of Hope, a faith-based residential treatment program; instructor and counselor at Faith Biblical Counseling Ministries; a council member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition; and the author of Getting to the Heart of Friendships and Picture Perfect: When Life Doesn't Line Up as well as several counseling minibooks. She and her husband, Jeff, have two children.
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