This companion study guide to Paul Tripp's Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands is designed to be used by small groups to futher equip both clergy and laypeople for the work of personal ministry and biblical counseling. Readers are led through each of the book's twelve chapters, which are illustrated and expanded through homework and written assignments. Using the love/know/speak/do format, Tripp leads a guided tour of the elements and typical process of biblical change, demonstrating how the Church is designed to take care of itself from within, that it is not just the leaders and professionals who are expected to offer counsel and comfort. This isn't just theoretical, either—the "Make It Real" sections bring the information to a practical level and serve as personal illustrations and examples.
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