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Why do you call counseling “gospel care”?

The term gospel care reflects our conviction that counseling occurs across a broad spectrum of gospel-centered relationships (both formal and informal) within the local church: from gospel conversations with a friend, to one-on-one discipleship, to small group sanctification (spiritual growth) in a small group, to meeting with a more highly-trained counselor. We call this “a continuum of care” because the focus, depth, and intensity of care increases as one moves across the spectrum of gospel care.

For more information please contact Frank Chihowski at frankc@newcbc.org

 

Additional resources:  

Life Together article: What Do We Mean By "Gospel Care"? (Part 1) 

Life Together article: What Do We Mean By "Gospel Care"? (Part 2)