Fieldstone Counseling exists to engage with life’s experiences through biblically-based, Christ-centered, and clinically informed counsel.
Ed Welch, M.Div., Ph.D.
CCEF Faculty Member
Jeremy Pierre, M.Div., Ph.D.
Lawrence & Charlotte Hoover Professor of Biblical Counseling
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
Brad Hambrick, M.Div., Th.M.
Pastor of Counseling, The Summit Church
Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling, SEBTS
Council Member of The Biblical Counseling Coalition
Jason Kovacs, M.A., C.B.C.
Executive Director, Gospel Care Collective
Co-Founder, Together for Adoption
Concatenation. When you learn a cool theological word like concatenation, you want to drop it in conversation all the time! Of course, there aren’t many contexts that concatenation fits right into. Throwing it around also sounds pretty pretentious, so I’ve contained my use of concatenation to sessions. As it represents a key aspect of growth in sanctification, it’s quite useful there.
It is important that we do the necessary work to unpack an individual’s perceived identity in order to help us understand the core belief that is the foundation of their misplaced identity. Once we gain this understanding, we can work with those we are counseling and walking alongside to help them gain a biblical understanding of who they are in Christ and learn how to function out of that position.