Transformed in His Presence
The Need for Prayer in Counseling
This stimulating guide fills a gap in the training and practice of Christian counselors. Each chapter uses Scripture to teach topics relevant to caregivers: the essence of prayer, counseling, suffering, waiting, burnout, the need for supportive friends, and a vision for renewal. The authors have a combination of more than 50 years of counseling, pastoral experience, and working in mental health settings.
Roger D. Peugh, M. Div., D.Min. is professor of world missions at Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake, Ind. He previously was chaplain at Grace College and Seminary and was twenty years in German as a church planter.
Tammy Schultz is department chair and professor of counseling at the Graduate School in Counseling and Interpersonal Relations at Grace College, Winona Lake, Ind. She has taught and counseled in the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Schultz joined the Grace College faculty in 1995. She earned a certificate from Winnipeg Bible College, a B.A. from the University of Winnipeg, a M.A. in counseling from Winnipeg Theological Seminary, a M.A. in counseling from the University of North Dakota, and a Ph.D. from Indiana State University.