David A. Powlison


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David Powlison, MDiv, PhD, is Executive Director of CCEF and a counselor with over thirty years of experience. He has written many books and minibooks, including Seeing with New Eyes; Speaking Truth in Love; and The Biblical Counseling Movement, and is the editor of The Journal of Biblical Counseling.

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Seeing with New Eyes: Couns...

4.26 avg rating — 1,239 ratings — published 2003 — 4 editions
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Speaking Truth in Love: Cou...

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Good and Angry: Redeeming A...

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How Does Sanctification Work?

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Making All Things New: Rest...

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God's Grace in Your Suffering

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Pre-Engagement: Five Questi...

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The Biblical Counseling Mov...

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Anger: Escaping the Maze

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Power Encounters: Reclaimin...

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“The love of Christ for me will get last say. He is merciful to me for his name’s sake, for the sake of his own goodness, for the sake of his steadfast love and compassion (Psalm 25). When he thinks about me, he remembers what he is like, and that is my exceeding joy. My indestructible hope is that he has turned his face towards me, and he will never turn away.”
David Powlison

“We don’t just need a perspective or a strategy. We need a Savior, right here, right now.”
David A. Powlison, Speaking Truth in Love: Counsel in Community

“By instinct, habit, and enculturation, all of us tend to think of counseling as a human-with-human interaction. But in fact a human-with-Savior interaction must come first. When I as a counselor don’t get that straight, I inevitably offer others some sort of saviorette.”
David A. Powlison, Speaking Truth in Love: Counsel in Community

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