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Why pastors find Biblical Strategies so helpful

Why pastors find Biblical Strategies so helpful

Three reasons why pastors, counselors, and spiritual leaders find Biblical Strategies materials so helpful when they are ministering to those with struggles, challenges and temptations.

What Biblical Strategies is All About

What Biblical Strategies is All About

This brief video details the resources you will discover whenever you open up a biblical strategies booklet.

Introducing Just Like Jesus

Just Like Jesus

biblical strategies for growing well

Throughout his earthly life Jesus grew increasingly reliant upon three spiritual resources. These same resources are available to you today. Just Like Jesus explores Jesus’ growth and humble reliance on: prayer, the Word of God, and the Holy Spirit. Change is possible, but only as you trust in the resources Jesus used. He walked where you walk so that you can learn to walk just like him.

The Importance of Scripture Retrieval

The Importance of Scripture Retrieval

A brief explanation of the importance of memorizing Scripture to expose temptation's deception and weaken it's appeal.To accomplish the former we memorize Scripture using the lie/truth formula; to accomplish the latter we learn passages about the character of God and the nature of the Gospel. Both are essential for living the Christian life.

4M Training: a unique approach to spiritual growth for men

4M Training: a unique approach to spiritual growth for men

Biblical Strategies is excited to introduce 4M Training: a unique approach to spiritual growth for men. We encourage men to: Mature in their faith, Master key habits, Minister inside and out, and Mentor the next generation. This is done through a brief teaching video, guided small group discussion and accountability as the men develop the key habits of Bible reading, Scripture retrieval, prayer,Read more…

How do I change my mind about my anger problem

How do I change my mind about my anger problem

The New Testament word for anger describes a person who is taking a long time to think about how he will respond.  While he’s taking time, he isn’t seeking a spiritual replacement or patiently waiting for God. Instead, he is hunkering down in his hurt, judgment, and indignation. Bible commentator William Barclay refers to thisRead more…

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