If you're a woman who responds naturally to others' problems but aren't sure how to reach out or what to say, Kitchen Table Counseling will tell you what questions to ask and what Scriptures to use. You'll also learn how to:address your own needs so you can be effective in helping otherstake people to Jesus without taking on responsibility for their burdensdiscern whether others really want to change and grow, or just complainbalance a counseling ministry with your other life priorities
This lay-ministry counseling guide is a good leader resource for womens ministries or personal use. Learn how to address your own needs so you can effectively help others, take people to Jesus without taking on responsibility for their burdens, and balance a counseling ministry with your other priorities. With Kitchen Table Counseling, you can offer true biblical hope to other women in the face of heartaches.
Muriel Cook has been a lay counselor for more than fifty years and has taught Kitchen Table Counseling seminars for thirty-six years. Muriel and her husband, Norman, served as missionaries in Taiwan for sixteen years before moving to Multnomah Bible College.
Shelly Cook Volkhardt , Muriel's oldest daughter, is a missionary, author, Bible teacher, and international conference speaker.