This article provides biblical insight and advice to family members and loved ones of an addict.
This article provides practical general advice for dealing with believers who struggle with addiction.
This article discusses the heart of the counsellor who is called to minister to those struggling with addictions. It explains how counselling reveals areas of sins in the counsellor's own life as well.
This article considers the tendency of counsellees to super-size their addiction issues. The author explains that these issues, though complicated, are not more than what Christ and the local church can address. The family of faith needs to biblically address the various components that drive the choices behind the addiction.
This article is excerpted from a devotional book, and speaks a word of encouragement to those who are addicted.
This article offers basic and clear advice to those who love and care for people who are addicts. It does not provide an extensive list of specific actions, but guides the caregiver in his or her approach.
Smoking pot: should Christians do it? There are four guidelines that the believer should consider when answering this question.
This article offers the second part of an evaluation of the Celebrate Recovery addictions program. It shows how the program's theology clashes with sound Christian theology, particularly the doctrines of God, man, salvation, assurance of salvation, sanctification, and the church. The article concludes by suggesting alternatives to this program.
The purpose of this article is to discover biblical solutions to common causes of drug abuse. Rather than examining and attacking the symptoms of drug abuse, this study endeavours to arrive at biblical solutions to the initial causes of the abuse.