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I'd like to share what I know about: Christian Counseling, Biblical Counseling, Church History

I'd like to discover more about: Black Church History

My passion is to equip people to change lives with Christ's changeless truth through Christ-centered, comprehensive, compassionate, culturally-informed biblical counseling and spiritual formation.

I am the founder of RPM Ministries: www.rpmministries.org where I blog daily on Christian living topics. My site also contains over 500 book … more

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reviewed When Life Is Hard. August 01, 2010
When Life Is Hard
Pastor MacDonald begins at the beginning--what are trials and why does God allow them? His answer is foundational and scriptural: trials are painful circumstances allowed by God to change my conduct and …
A Sweet and Bitter Providence: Sex, Race, and the
Recommended: John Piper's A Sweet and Bitter Providence explores the book of Ruth to teach the powerful truth that God is at work even in the worst of times. In Piper's able hands, we learn that God's …
The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and
Recommended: Dr. David Powlison of CCEF unites the twin themes of biblical counseling and church history in his excellent work The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and Context. Everyone interested …
Holy Subversion: Allegiance to Christ in an Age of
Ed Stetzer, in his Foreword to Trevin Wax's Holy Subversion, notes that "instead of being salt and light we have become unsalted and lite." Wax writes to enlighten us to six areas of bland liteness and …
Cross Talk: Where Life and Scripture Meet
Recommended: Michael Emlet's CrossTalk offers one of the most robust approaches yet to the biblical counseling process of relating the scriptural narrative to a person's life story. Its Christ-centered, …
Raised with Christ: How the Resurrection Changes
The Christian community knows Adrian Warnock as an avid Evangelical Christian blogger. With the release of Raised with Christ, Warnock will also be known as an accomplished theologian who understands …
reviewed Going Rogue: An American Life. December 06, 2009
Going Rogue: An American Life
Going Rogue: An American Life by Sarah Palin Book Review by Bob Kellemen   Book Details   *Author: Sarah Palin (with Lynn Vincent)   *Publisher: HarperCollins(2009) *Category: Autobiography, …
Counsel from the Cross: Connecting Broken People
Counsel from the Cross is the next generation text for Christian counselors and the next generation manual for Christian living for believers. This book excels at explaining the connection between the …
Alone with A Jihadist: A Biblical Response To Holy
What Would Jesus Do...With Worldly Political Power?    Reviewed By: Bob Kellemen, Ph.D., LCPC, Author of Soul Physicians, Spiritual Friends, Beyond the Suffering, Sacred Friendships, …
Strength in Numbers: The Team Approach to Biblical
Strength in Numbers: The Team Approach to Biblical Counseling    Book Details    *Title: Strength in Numbers   *Author: Dr. Mark E. Shaw   *Publisher: …
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August 09, 2010
Hi Bob, thanks for joining the Windy City community. Excited to have you here and looking forward to any and all reviews or quick tips you have about Chicago. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions! Have you been to Jerry's yet? It's fantastic!:)
 
June 20, 2009
Bob......haven't seen you on Lunch for awhile.....what have you been up to??
 
May 23, 2009
Hi Bob! You've got some great reviews up already that I'm really interested in. My best friend is currently *very* close to earning her Psy.D. with an emphasis in Christian Counseling from Fuller Seminary here in California. I think you might be interested in talking to @jachism or at least reading his great review on the Christian Writers' Market Guide. One of my favorite data points to follow right now is karma, because I think it's awesome that we can review things like concepts on Lunch rather than just products and places! It'd be interesting to review something like Charismatic Spirituality or even Christianity as a whole. I'd love to hear your thoughts!
 
May 07, 2009
Most likely I'll get my Ph.D. in Education. I taught college broadcasting and journalism for many years while working as a talk show host, so it's a natural. I've also toyed with the idea of an M.F.A. That too, is a terminal degree and one I could use since I do an awful lot of freelance work. What do you think?? I guess it all depends on what I want to do with it. I'll read some of your reviews tonight.
May 07, 2009
Like you say, it depends on what you want. You are correct that the MFA is terminal. It also requires several years of supervised experience. My Ph.D. is in Counselor Ed, and it has been very useful. Let's keep connected. Bob
 
May 06, 2009
Hi Bobkellemen, thanks for the friend request! It's great to see myself up on your similarity network. I just followed you so that I can keep up with all your great reviews here on lunch. On another note, I thought you might enjoy this review on the book Experiencing the Spirit, as well as this review on Christianity from @DorsiD. It's great to see you getting comfortable on the site - if you ever have questions, I'd be happy to help!
May 06, 2009
Thanks for the newsy introduction and the connection with other reviews and reviewers.
May 07, 2009
Of course - I hope you are enjoying your time here on Lunch and meeting some of our great users!
 
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