Feelings: Discipleship that Understands the Affective Processes of a Disciple of Christ
Rosemead School of Psychology
Christ calls believers to be disciples, and in turn to disciple others. For discipleship to be effective, it is important to understand the role that emotions play in our relationship with God, others, and our new identity in Christ. This article discusses emotional experience from the Emotion Focused Therapy theoretical model and presents a case for attending to the emotional world of those we disciple as a necessary component to the process of discipleship.
Discipleship; Emotion Focused Therapy;
Christian Education Journal: Research on Educational Ministry
DOI of Published Version
Anderson, Tamara Lynn, "Feelings: Discipleship that Understands the Affective Processes of a Disciple of Christ" (2019). Faculty Articles & Research. 489.