Biblical CBT vs Worldly CBT

If you have ever been anywhere near a diagnosis for depression, and certain other mental health issues, you will have come across Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Focus on what you know, not what you feel

If you’re a preacher, you’ll almost certainly have had that experience where you just don’t feel it. You get up in the pulpit and you

Is offence objective or subjective?

The whole Jordan Peterson malarky has spawned a rich seam of comment. Did he win the debate against Cathy Newman or not? Was he advocating

Listening to God’s voice

There is a lot of superstition doing the round as to what it means to listen to God’s voice. It is not at all unusual

Pastoral care is more than just being nice

We all know it’s nice to be nice. But sometimes doing what seems nice to us turns out to also be detrimental to the person

The problem with our weekly ‘do what you feel’ gathering

Years ago, The Simpsons skewered the whole concept of the ‘if it feels good, do it’ culture. In the process, they also showed the nonsense