Spring 2021 Virtual Conference
For your safety and convenience we will be offering a virtual 2021 Biblical counseling training conference.
You will be able to complete this training at your convenience beginning January 15, 2021. Each track contains a minimum of 30 hours of instruction to be completed at your own pace.
You are only allowed to enroll in one track at a time with Track One as the pre-requisite to enrolling in Track Two.
Enrollment is now open. You will receive a special link to the course by January 15, 2021, once your registration and payment have been confirmed. When you receive this special link, you are promising not to share it with anyone other than those properly enrolled.
Registration costs include a digital conference notebook and 30 conference lectures.
After You Register:
After you register, please pay online here or mail a check to SBCT, P.O. Box 903, Ozark MO 65721. Cash, credit, and checks are all acceptable forms of payment.
The Basics in Biblical Counseling – Track One. God has graciously surrounded each one of us with those who at times could use help. Maybe your friend, co-worker, or neighbor is facing one of many difficult life issues. If that is the case, this conference is for you. This conference will answer many questions including: Where do I start? What do I do? How would God desire to speak into this person’s life and circumstances? How do I get this person from the problem to a God-centered, Bible-specific solution? This track fulfills foundational training requirements for pursuing certification through ACBC (Association of Certified Biblical Counselors).
Theological Basis of Biblical Counseling – Track Two Conference is an opportunity for you to continue to deepen your knowledge of God’s Word and grow in your ability to use it in personal problem solving. You will receive practical teaching in how to use God’s Word to help others in intensive discipleship. In the process, you have the opportunity to grow in your own walk with Christ. This is an outstanding way to sharpen your thinking and ministry skills.