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Doug Britton Legacy Newsletter — November 10, 2005

Evaluate Yourself: Five Common Christian Counseling Errors

November 10, 2005

Dear __________:

I’m excited about the info in this newsletter, since it covers some of the key things I’ve learned in my 39 years of counseling. I pray that it will be helpful.

— New online Bible study: Five Common Christian Counseling Errors
— Sacramento area seminar on “How to Counsel from Scripture” Saturday, Nov. 12

New online Bible study: Five Common Christian Counseling Errors
When you give advice—as a friend, counselor or pastor—it’s easy to harm your effectiveness by making one (or more) of these mistakes. I’ve counseled with thousands of people over the years, and I’ve made them all!

More online studies on marriage, anger, jealousy, defeating temptation and other topics

Workshop on “How to Counsel from Scripture”
What: Workshop for pastors, lay leaders, volunteers and everyone who helps others
When: 9 a.m.-noon, Sat., November 12, 2005
Co-sponsored by:
— LifeTree Institute
— Assemblies of God, Northern California-Nevada District Resource Center
— Sacramento Valley Teen Challenge
Certification: Attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion from LifeTree Institute.
Where: Capital Christian Center, Parlour, Sacramento, CA
Cost: Pre-registration – $20; Registration at the door – $25.
— Group discounts: Click web address, below, for information.
— Two ways to register:
—- Online:
—- Phone: Call Teen Challenge at (916) 362-2800.

Thanks for partnering as we touch the world together for Christ. May God continue to bless your ministry.

In Christ,

Doug Britton, President
LifeTree Institute / LifeTree Books

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