We share some “storm stories” of other believers, and how they walked through their own storms with hope in Christ alone.
Edward T. Welch, M.Div., Ph.D. is a counselor and faculty member at CCEF. He earned a Ph.D. in counseling (neuropsychology) from the University of Utah and has a Master of Divinity degree from Biblical Theological Seminary. Ed has been counseling for over 30 years and has written extensively on the topics of depression, fear, and addictions. His books include: When People Are Big and God is Small; Addictions: A Banquet in the Grave; Blame it on the Brain; Depression—A Stubborn Darkness; Running Scared; Crossroads: A Step-by-Step Guide Away From Addiction; and When I Am Afraid: A Step-by-Step Guide Away from Fear and Anxiety.
Making it Through the Storms of Life
Loving in the Footsteps of Christ
Why do I care so much about me? If we were honest, most of us would love to be great in a kingdom of our own making, says biblical counselor Ed Welch. Christ, however, has a better idea.
Who Does God Say I Am?
Christian counselor Ed Welch believes most of us care too much about what others think of us. While we’re all affected by the disapproval of others, we don’t need to be owned by it.
Who is God? Who am I?
Biblical counselor Ed Welch explains that our desire for love isn’t evil, but that in some instances we want it too much; so much so, in fact, that we can be controlled by what others think.
Jesus’ Solution to Shame
How does Christ handle our shame? Ed Welch delves into John 4 to explain.
The Manifestations of Shame
Ed Welch explores how shame causes equally dysfunctional behaviors and beliefs in so many Christian men and women.
Ed Welch explains how shame controls and often defines so many Christians’ lives.
Strategies for Dealing With Depression
How should a person handle depression?
Help for the Depressed
Today on the broadcast, Christian counselors and authors Ed Welch and Leslie Vernick point the weary and depressed to help and hope.
William Cowper experienced it. So did Charles Haddon Spurgeon and the Apostle Paul. What is it? Depression.