Lou Priolo, Bill and Vicki Rose, and Tommy and Teresa Nelson tell about the people in their lives who were difficult to love, and how God helped them extend love anyway.
Lou Priolo is the founder and president of Competent to Counsel International and has started several counseling centers throughout Alabama and Georgia. He is a graduate of Calvary Bible College and Liberty University, as well as holding a Doctorate of Divinity from Calvary University. He has been a full-time biblical counselor since 1985. He is the author of several books including The Heart of Anger, The Complete Husband, Teach Them Diligently, Getting a Grip, Picking Up the Pieces, Pleasing People, Resolving Conflict, and Danger Signs of an Unhealthy Dating Relationship, many of which have been translated into numerous foreign languages.
In addition to his books, Lou has dozens of recordings extrapolated from his years of lectures, teaching, and preaching. He is the editor of the Resources for Biblical Living series of booklets by P&R Publishers dealing with numerous counseling issues. Lou is a Fellow in the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors and an instructor with the Birmingham Theological Seminary. He travels frequently throughout the United States and abroad training pastors, laymen, and fellow counselors.
Lou and his wife, Kim, have been married since 1987 and are the parents of two girls, Sophia and Gabriella.
Hard to Love
Conflict: What starts it?
Conflict happens, but what do you do with it? Dave and Ann Wilson relay a story of their most epic disagreement. Lou Priolo deconstructs the root cause of conflict, and helps us see our sin.
Love Is Patient
Lou Priolo, biblical counselor and author of “Resolving Conflict,” reminds us that when facing conflict, nothing is more important than patience.
Prerequisites for Resolving Conflict
Biblical counselor Lou Priolo opens the Scriptures to Ephesians 4 to understand the benefits of humility and gentleness when resolving conflict.
How to Make, Disturb, and Keep the Peace
Lou Priolo encourages listeners not to shy away from conflict, but to face it head on, knowing that’s the only way we can finally gain resolution and peace.
Navigating Difficult Relationships
Sometimes families are filled with more dysfunction than fun. Bryan Loritts and Lou Priolo help us to know how to forgive, and to check our own hearts as we encounter difficult people.
Married to a Liar
Are you totally honest with your spouse? Are they totally honest with you?
Taking Every Thought Captive
Has anyone ever broken your heart?
Breaking Up is Hard to Do
Live long enough, and someone will likely break your heart.
Are You a People Pleaser?
Are you constantly worried about what others think of you?