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Quieting a Noisy Soul Seminar

Seminar is now in session on Wednesday nights at 7 p.m.  through April 28, 2021. Join in in-building or online anytime even if you missed previous sessions. Register below to request the link for online viewing.

Quieting a Noisy Soul Seminar to Be Offered

Beginning February 3, 2021

“Quieting a Noisy Soul,” a biblical counseling video seminar with Dr. Jim Berg, will be offered on Wednesday nights at Morrow Bible Church beginning February 3, 2021.  

Offered for personal enrichment and growth, the program provides the road map out of turmoil for the struggling believer. It is offered both for personal counsel and for guidance in helping others.

Sounds of guilt, anxiety, anger, despair, addictions, and even entertainment can generate overwhelming noise in our souls. The quiet rest and joy promised by the Lord Jesus can seem illusive, and almost impossible. Yet His words still beckon to us: “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28)

His call extends even to those experiencing panic attacks, obsessive thoughts, and compulsive behaviors as well as those practicing more overtly destructive behaviors such as anorexia, bulimia, addiction, and self-mutilation. No human problem of the soul is too complicated and no personal agony is too overwhelming for the Master.

The video seminar will be offered for twelve weeks on Wednesday nights, 7-9 p.m., February 3 to April 28, 2021. To register, please call the church office or register online at Registration is free. The seminar may be attended in-building or online. Direct links will be provided for online participants. The seminar must be viewed within 24 hours of the seminar livestream each week.

Dr. Jim Berg grew up on a farm in South Dakota. He served as dean of students at Bob Jones University from 1981 to 2010. Today he is on the faculty of the Bob Jones University Seminary. He oversees BJU Seminary’s online counseling programs and teaches resident counseling classes at BJU Seminary.