Steve Fischer and Chuck Swindoll would heartily agree that it’s not the degrees they’ve both earned that have qualified them for soul work. Rather, it’s their personal experiences with pain. Steve Fischer’s being crushed through his daughter’s death has taught him how to care for the crushed. Hear how his and Chuck’s life events have prepared them for a ministry of caring.
What were the circumstances that led to losing your daughter?
What happened when you and your wife agreed to stop trying to find a diagnosis to your daughter's condition?
How are things diffent for your family after the death of your daughter?
Does your personal tragedy make you a better pastor?
What should a Christian do to help someone who is grieving?
What is the value of establishing a relationship with someone while counseling him?
Why should biblical counseling avoid being formulaic in its approach?
How is the fact that we are all broken by our sin actually freeing for us?
How should the church come alongside those that are hurting or caring for someone with special needs?
How has having a grandchild with special needs changed your perspective?
What does it mean to accept one's situation with hope?
Why must we accept the truth even when it is painful?
What words do you have for someone suffering today?
How is the knowledge that God is sovereign a comfort to the hurting?