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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

7 Questions for Discouraged Pastors to Ask Themselves

“The hope of glory (Rom 5:2) and the promise of a reward for our toil is the final catalyst for encouraging us as pastors.”

The End of Exodus International

Last Wednesday, the Board of Directors of Exodus International reached a decision after a year of dialogue and prayer about the organization’s place in a changing culture.

Six 'Journey to BC" Interviews

Journey to Biblical Counseling is a feature of this blog that began last December.

Alzheimer's - Counseling Body and Soul

HELP! Someone I Love has Alzheimer's

14 Truths that Shatter the Lies of Disability

From her life’s painful and shameful experiences with multiple disabilities flows a beauty and grace

I Am a Child of God

Deep down, my sinful nature is the same as yours.

4 Privileges of Being Adopted by God

Our adoption by God in Jesus Christ is one of the most comforting doctrines in the Word of God.

The Answer to Every Christian's Identity Struggle

As believers in Jesus Christ it is easy to lose our bearings when we forget who we are.

Relax, God Is with You

What does Psalm 46 teach us about resting in the Lord?

Psalm 25 and "My God Is..." List

This morning, I found myself in Psalm 25 and the qualities and attributes of God were jumping off the page left and right.

8 Reasons to Read Christian Biographies

the story of another Christian’s life often lifts our eyes from our own ministries and circumstances to see something bigger

The Demands of Discipleship

The demands of discipleship are tremendous. They are astronomical. Jesus doesn’t want some or most. He wants all.


Some of us are more prone to negative thinking patterns than others and, therefore, must constantly discipline ourselves to think on positive things that exalt and glorify God.

Sitting On My Front Porch Swing

The chirping birds are telling me something. “Trust God,” they are saying. “Do not be anxious for your life."

Counseled by the Puritans on Providence

When confess God to be almighty, we acknowledge that he by his providence rules everything.

How to Be a Miserable Counselor

The horrendous one-another ministry of Job’s so-called “counselors” is a bad example for us to recognize and learn from, but definitely not follow.

Jesus: Healer of Body and Soul

Jesus, as the compassionate Son of Man, knows our weaknesses and carries our sorrows.

Downplaying the DSM, Psychiatry's 'Bible'

The director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) announced recently that the NIMH will no longer rely on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM).

Exposing the Sin of Overeating

Overeating is a life-dominating sin, and it has a strong influence over your life.

Resting in "It Is Finished"

For me, deliberately thinking on what God says about who I am in Christ is spiritual oxygen.

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