The Author

Bob Kellemen, PhD, has pastored three churches (and launched biblical counseling ministries in each), served for a dozen years as the founding chairman of the M.A. in Christian Counseling and Discipleship Department at Capital Bible Seminary, is the founder and CEO of RPM Ministries, and serves as the executive director of the newly launched Biblical Counseling Coalition. He is author of Equipping Counselors for the Local Church: The 4E Ministry Training Strategy (P&R, 2011).

Shame Interrupted

Welch powerfully illustrates what biblical counselors often talk about—the sufficiency and relevancy of God’s Word.

The Biblical Counseling Movement After Adams

Lambert’s book articulates a robust, relational approach to one-another

Putting Your Past in Its Place

God’s Word is relevant to all of life and

Out of a Far Country

Mother and son share their journey in real and

Depression and the Ministry, Part 5: Facing Depression with Christ

Editor’s Note: The following is part five of a five-part series on depression and the ministry. The series is a joint effort of the
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