Dr. Paul Tautges

Pastor, Immanuel Bible Church

Paul has served Immanuel Bible Church in Sheboygan, Wisconsin as pastor since 1992. He is also an adjunct professor of biblical counseling here in the states and overseas. Paul has authored seven books including Delight in the Word, Counsel One Another, Comfort Those Who Grieve, and The Discipline of Mercy. He is also the editor of the Help! counseling booklet series. Paul is an ACBC Fellow. He and his wife Karen are the parents of ten children. Paul blogs at Counseling One Another.

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August 23, 2014

Weekend Resource: Tedd Tripp Announces the Launch of LifeLine Mini-Books

Our BCC mission is to multiply the ministry of the biblical counseling movement. Frequently on weekends we do exactly that as we use our “megaphone” to make you aware of...

August 20, 2014

Cancer, Denial, and the Sovereignty of God

You’re reading Part 3 in a four-part BCC Grace & Truth blog mini-series on loss, grief, suffering, and Christ’s healing hope. In today’s post, Paul Tautges introduces us to...

February 11, 2013

Journey to Biblical Counseling: Paul Tautges Interviews Howard Eyrich

Pastor Paul Tautges at his Counseling One Another blog site has launched another excellent series. It’s called Journey to Biblical Counseling and in it he interviews various teachers, trainers,...

February 9, 2013

The BCC Weekend Media Resource: 25 Top Resources for Dealing with Anger

Every weekend we highlight one of our free resources. This weekend’s resource is by Paul Tautges on 25 Top Resources for Dealing with Anger. Continue reading →

January 28, 2013

Journey to Biblical Counseling: Paul Tautges Interviews David Powlison, Part 2

Pastor Paul Tautges at his Counseling One Another blog site has launched another excellent series. It’s called Journey to Biblical Counseling and in it he interviews various teachers, trainers,...

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Latest Comments on Resources by Paul Tautges

Cathy Miller commented about How to Write a Good Sympathy Card on June 20

It’s hard to write words of condolence especially if you do not know what to say first. But it is essential to send a message or card to let them know that you care and how the deceased person means to you. It is a great idea if you involve something personal like a fond memory you shared of the person who has died.

Tricia Johnson commented about Journey to Biblical Counseling: Paul Tautges Interviews David Powlison, Part 2 on January 28

It’s surprising to me that this is being presented as a rather new way of thinking. This has always been my approach; this is not a new idea. I have found, however, that this approach has not been popular among those with counseling degrees. Have we gone too far in formalizing this idea? God qualifies His counselors, hence even a child or a child-like adult, can accomplish this. No degree necessary. Redefinition by getting everyone to use the same dictionary is necessary, however.

Mary commented about on December 6

Are there any biblical resources you recommend to define spiritual abuse or spiritual manipulation within the church? 

Paul Tautges commented about on November 30

Thanks, Teemu! Seeing your comment is a “Duh” moment for me. Adams’ book is excellent and regularly used in our church. I have added it to the original list on my blog site.

Brad Hambrick commented about on November 29

For those struggle to process the trauma and forgive the adultery of a spouse, there is a video-based curriculum at www.bradhambrick.com/truebetra…