About Tim McMillian

Welcome to my blog.  I hope you will find it informative and a source of encouragement to you as you continue to grow in the knowledge and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Please feel free to follow my writings here or sign up to follow via email.

The focus of the ministry God has called me to is the care of souls and biblical counseling.  As such, the topics I most frequently write on support and inform our views concerning mental and spiritual health and well-being, and spiritual growth and maturity.  These topics generally fall under the headings of Biblical Counseling, The History of Soul Care, Church Ministry and Christian Living.  The theological studies of interest that intersect with these disciplines are theological anthropology, the doctrine of man, sin, sanctification and Christian identity and personhood.  While all of this may sound like a lot of highly academic jargon, each topic and discipline have lasting impact toward our understanding of mental and spiritual health and growth and much more discussion is needed to bring greater awareness of these important topics.

Discipleship and Biblical Counseling are relational ministries that involve the prayerful application of God’s Word which then effects change in the heart and life.  Intentional transformation is the focus of my ministry and many of the articles I write are aimed at just that.

May the Lord richly bless you as you continue to grow in His love & grace,

~ Tim

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Tim has earned a BA in Biblical Studies and Theology from Regent University, and an M.Div. from Liberty University in Pastoral Counseling. He has been certified by the American Association of Christian Counselors “AACC” in Suicide Prevention & Counseling and Marriage Counseling. Tim is also a certified SYMBIS Marriage Assessment Facilitator.

 

2 thoughts on “About Tim McMillian

  1. I’m excited about your website!!

  2. Thanks Tim for this particular page .I hope to be inlightened more as they say an iron shapens an iron. Thanks

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