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Paul Tautges

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Paul Tautges has served Immanuel Bible Church in Sheboygan, Wisconsin as pastor since 1992. He is also an adjunct professor of biblical counseling and conference speaker. Paul has authored eight books including Counsel One Another, Comfort Those Who Grieve, The Discipline of Mercy, and Brass Heavens. He is also the editor of the popular Help! discipleship counseling booklet series (24 titles). Paul is a NANC Fellow and a Council Board member of the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He and his wife Karen are the parents of ten children. Paul blogs regularly at

The Caged Bird Is Singing!

The life of a faithful minister involves suffering.

Christ Is Better than the Sins which Tempt Us

People turn to sin—whether it be gluttony, substance abuse, lust, or materialism—seeking some kind of satisfaction.

The Mystery of Testing

One of the ways God tests our faith is by delaying the recognizable answers to our prayers.

Common, Flawed Vessels

God is not looking for superstars.

How Going It Alone Hinders Our Prayers

God listens to those who listen to him.

God Is Already Satisfied

Let us step off the never-ending treadmill of striving to please the One who is already pleased.

Loved by the Good Shepherd

The Good Shepherd continues to love and care for those who repent and believe in His saving work and saving Name.

A Hospital for Hurting Souls

When a member of the body is hurting from combat in the spiritual war, exhausted from years of imbalanced living, or reaping the consequences of sinful choices that member needs more personalized care.

Cream from Al Mohler's Book on Leadership

Here is a clear, passionate call to leadership that is distinctively Christian.

The Old New Birth

Nothing will bring spiritual sanity back to our churches like a return to the preaching of salvation as the new birth.

A Story of God’s Grace and the Freedom of Forgiveness

Although I had attended church from time to time in my childhood, I’ll admit that it never really transformed me in any significant way.

Tender Savior

When a sinner comes to Jesus in repentance and faith he or she finds a tender, forgiving Savior.

Interview with Randy Patten

Randy is the Executive Director of NANC, a position he has served in since 1997.

8 Means to Reaching God-Honoring Goals in Parenting

Jim Newheiser and Elyse Fitzpatrick have contributed a significant resource to the wealth of literature currently available to Christian parents.

Vinegar and Smoke

This Proverb is especially helpful when counseling one another to overcome lazy habits.

Learning to Be Full

Learning to be content with little and learning to be content with much are both difficult.

Are Proverbs Sure-Fire Promises?

Proverbs are principles of real life, but not necessarily guaranteed promises.

God Is Very Near

I love Psalm 46 and again find myself drawn back there for my own personal growth and assurance of God's loving care.

The Discipline of Devotion

These areas of spiritual experience are far too dynamic and personal for simplistic reduction.

Counseling Conferences this Fall

The Lord has blessed the church with so many edifying resources for training of believers in biblical counseling and discipleship.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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