Dialogue vs debate.

The Institute for Christian Psychology exists to see Christ-centered relational, emotional, and spiritual wholeness for all people. But this objective is too much large for one parachurch counseling organization...or a dozen. This means that we are ardently striving to work alongside other believers who want to see expansion of the same objective. Stated another way: our tribe is more than just Christian Psychology adherents; we are working along side many Christian integrationists and Biblical counselors as well. 

In the interest of encouraging dialogue about how we can best work together and sharpen each other, ICP will be posting a series of blogs addressing several of the pertinent issues at hand. To kick this off we'd like to start with a post from one of our Biblical Counseling friends, Brad Hambrick, M.Div., Th.M. Brad is the Pastor of Counseling at The Summit Church and Instructor of Biblical Counseling at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. 

Click the giant button below to head over to Brad's personal blog.