Resources

The Tree (Short Explanation)

This resource provides a fuller explanation of the Tree model for counseling. Jesus used this simple word picture to illustrate an important truth about people. Just as a tree shows its nature by the fruit it produces, the inner nature of a person—what he wants and what he believes—is revealed by the fruit—the actions and words—produced in his life.

Keys to Your Own God & I Time

Getting to know God isn’t complicated, but that doesn’t mean it is easy. Relationships of all kinds take work. A growing relationship with God won’t happen by accident—you must be intentional. This little booklet provides simple, practical ideas for getting to know your wonderful God in a deeper and more personal way.

Practice Believing

Use this study to help identify and reject lies you have “practiced believing” and replace those lies with the truth of God’s Word. You can learn to “think Bible” instead!

Teach Me Your Way, Lord (Part 2)

Jesus not only gave us the command to love our enemies, He lived it perfectly. Study through these narrative passages in the gospel of Luke and behold our merciful Savior.

Teach Me Your Way, Lord (Part 1)

Explore the command of Jesus in Luke 6:35-36 to “love your enemies” and generously display God’s mercy to them. God only commands this of us, but as the "God of Mercy" demonstrates it to us.

Relating to Someone Hard to Love

Study these key Scripture passages that reveal what God says about relating to those who are hard for us to love.

My Tree (Bitterness)

Use this simple discipleship tool to get to the heart of your struggle with forgiveness.

Help! I Need to Forgive Journal

Record impacting statements and write out your answers to the Questions for Reflection at the end of each chapter.

A Plan for Killing Sin

Make a specific plan for killing sin, following the steps outlined in Romans 6: know, reckon, yield.

Live True to Your Purpose

Learn more about God’s purpose for saving you. While escaping eternal punishment in hell is a wonderful benefit of salvation, God has a much greater goal for placing you into the life of His Son.

“Unlike the many counseling resources we can find for adults, there are few directly relatable to teens and the issues they face. These mini-books bring the Scriptures to bear in a relevant way for both teens and those ministering to them.”
– Dr. Stuart Scott