Everyone in a ministry has their role to fulfill.
The Holy Spirit has a specific role in the ministry process, but it is to take the person anywhere.
Post-childhood memories are not usually the place where lies are exposed and truth is found.
This is part two of the discussion on post-childhood memory.
It is only when God persuades us of the truth that we can believe and be saved.
There is a time and place for what we do in ministry. TPM has specific protocol to follow.
There are explainable reasons for why TPM may appear to not be working in some cases.
All vows are held in place by lie-based belief – solution beliefs.
This “Trouble Shooter’s Guide” is designed to aid you in troubleshooting issues you may encounter in a ministry session.
This page provides a list of all articles pertaining to anger.
An expanded explanation for the second EMOTION Box question.
Overview of the principles of solutions and solution beliefs.
The De-Solution Tool is made up of three questions that help the person to identify the belief that is behind his behavior that has stalled the session. The big three solutions are discussed.
The roles in TPM are “Mentor” and “Mentee” and developing a life skill is the goal.
During a time of trauma or life difficulty we will look for a way of escape.