Book Blurbs: Rick Marrs, Making Christian Counseling More Christ Centered

Erik Herrmann talks with Richard “Rick” Marrs about Marrs’ new book, Making Christian Counseling More Christ Centered, which focuses on the relevance of a Lutheran law and gospel dynamic in Christian counseling. Marrs is the director of the Master of Divinity and Residential Alternate Route (RAR) Programs and associate professor of practical theology at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.

The book can be purchased at the web site of WestBow Press (or at the usual retailers):
https://www.westbowpress.com/BookStore/BookDetails/779045-making-christian-counseling-more-christ-centered

A majority of proceeds from the book when purchased through WestBow Press will go to DOXOLOGY and the Christian care organization Ambassadors of Reconciliation.

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