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Thoughtful Ministry to Embodied Souls
The following is a classic discussion from Dr. Mike Emlet on how to begin to understand people as body and soul, and how wise love is sensitive to both. He begins with a few minutes on how to understand psychiatric diagnoses, and then broadens to discuss people as embodied souls and how that understanding informs thoughtful ministry.
Further resources on this topic: I recommend both the 2011 National Conference audio, which examines these topics in detail, and Mike Emlet’s counseling course, Counseling & Physiology. Both expand the issues he lays out in the above discussion.
Chris Carter is a content curator at CCEF. Chris is also an intern counselor and the design editor for the "Journal of Biblical Counseling."
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