A Guide for the Church and Community

Why biblical counseling? To encourage the people of God to support the Scriptural mandate for the church to be the church of Jesus Christ. Biblical Counseling presents a model for groups setting up a counseling practice based on Scripture. Clark presents the research that is the basis for this work as well as the experience gained through years of work in various venues. In addition to the step-by-step guides and templates of useful forms, there is a wealth of guidance in many aspects to be considered.

  • Print Length: 228 pages
  • Publisher: Grace Acres Press
  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Retail: $7.00

What People are Saying


Dr. Clark’s book is a tremendous addition to the literature on the subject of biblical counseling and fills a niche vacant until now. Christians who desire to explore a biblical counseling ministry in their church will value this book as a tremendous place to start.

Victor “Skip” Hessel, Calvary University

Biblical Counseling is an excellent primer on the subject that covers a broad array of topics which come under the biblical counseling umbrella. In many ways, what Clark provides is a starting point and general guide for any church that wants to develop a culture of discipleship.

Dr. Don Roy, Director of Northshore Biblical Counseling and Training Center. He is certified with IABC and is a Fellow with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors.

The book is solid theologically, addresses the needs of the local church, and is well-written. On that basis, I have no problem recommending it and would encourage it as a staple among Christian libraries.

Robert Zink, Soli Deo Gloria