Dr. Shaw’s Recent Podcast with the Biblical Counseling Coalition
Dr. Mark E. Shaw had the opportunity to be interviewed by Curtis Solomon via the Biblical Counseling Coalition Podcast.Curtis and Mark had a fascinating video discussion of biblical counseling and addictions and covered a lot of ground in this 35 minute or so video:
- 3 basic heart issues in the struggle to overcome any sin in our lives (these are taught extensively in Understanding Temptation)
- What is meant by the term “worship disorder”
- What about the biological aspects of substance abuse?
- The great opportunity for local churches to get involved in reaching addicts for Christ
- Truth in Love Ministry’s training around the country, with potential local church partnerships
- The need for residential programs
- Some of the resources and programs Dr. Shaw personally recommends around the country
- And finally, a fun “2 Minute Favorites” in which some of Mark’s favorite earthly things are revealed:)
Please Watch and Share! The entire interview can be found on the BCC website here.
~Mary (Mark’s wife for all of this earthly life)
“Is Alcoholics Anonymous biblical?” Hear Mark’s answer on the Moody Radio Network
Today, on the Moody Radio Network, Dr. Mark E. Shaw and Ken B., son of Dick B., were invited to debate the topic, “Is AA biblical?” You can listen to the full LIVE call-in debate show, with host Julie Roys, that happened today, May 14, 2016, at this link.
Also if you scroll down on that same link you can see another link to ACBC’s podcast in which Heath Lambert candidly interviewed Mark as well about the same topic back in February of this year.
Editor’s note, April 2018: The weblinks have since been moved (and thus updated). Now the ACBC podcast with Dr. Shaw and Dr. Lambert entitled, “The Bible and Alcoholics Anonymous” can be found here.
Mark is faithfully seizing opportunities to speak God’s truth in love to all who come across his path. Keep praying for souls to find Jesus and be free from the enslaving habits of sin, through Jesus Christ alone.
~Mary (Thankful to be Mark’s wife for this life and a Daughter of the King forever)