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Be a Scavenger
“In a challenging ministry situation, do something counter-intuitive. Rather than bearing down on all the ungodly things a person is doing, be a scavenger for good things going on in the person’s life. What encouraging things do you see? You’ve got to be able to do that if you are going to care for people well. You’ve got to be able to encourage people who are struggling with sin.”
-Tim Lane in his CCEF SBC course, Counseling in the Local Church
Lauren Whitman is a content curator at CCEF. Lauren is also a counselor and an editor for the Journal of Biblical Counseling.
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