jeremy pierre

Jeremy Pierre
Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling; Chair, Department of Biblical Counseling and Family Ministry; Dean of Students

Dr. Pierre is author of The Dynamic Heart in Daily Life: Connecting Christ to Human Experience (New Growth Press, 2016) and co-author of The Pastor and Counseling (Crossway, 2015). He has contributed to various books, including Christ-Centered Biblical Counseling and Scripture and Counseling. His writing has been featured in Tabletalk Magazine, Baptist Press, and the Gospel Coalition. He currently serves as a pastor at Clifton Baptist Church and speaks at various engagements in the U.S. and overseas. He serves on the board of directors for the Biblical Counseling Coalition and is a certified member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. He and his wife Sarah raise their five children in Louisville, Kentucky.

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The Sinful Roots of Anger

If we describe our anger merely as sin, we will not gain the insight necessary for overcoming it.

Author Interviews – Jeremy Pierre | “God With Us”

Jeremy Pierre | “God With Us”

You’re a Pastor, Not a Therapist

A pastor’s job is not to dismiss personal experience, but rather to help people see it differently—specifically, to see it according to who God is and the chief purpose of his design for human life.

The Power of an Ancient Compassion

Author Interviews – Jeremy Pierre “When Home Hurts”

Author Interview

A Theology of Disappointment

When you’re living in a broken world, sometimes believing and wanting the right things means you’ll be disappointed.

Perfectionism Will Only Make You Miserable

Perfectionism is the tendency to expect flawless performance from self and others, resulting in frustration at any sign of failure.

Fear Being Liked

Being liked is the currency of our social relationships, seen in everything from the unspoken gravitation toward one person over another at a party to the digitized tokens of attention we exchange on social media.

How Pastors Can Cope With Anxiety And Fear

The Difference Between Preparedness And Fear

Community During Isolation Is Critical

8 Things You Need to Know About Counseling

Everyone is called to personal ministry of the Word. An essential element of every calling is to know people and to help them process their lives before the Lord. 

Seeing Yourself in a New Light

How to deal with addictions: Kill them

Addictions do not die in one decisive action. They die over a long period of time.

What are involuntary sins and how should we deal with them?

Our responses flow from somewhere — from the deeper realities of the hearts we’re stewards of. We are stewards of the deeper realities just as much as we are of the surface expressions.

Should a Christian Date or Marry a Non-Christian?

What the Bible Says About Leading Difficult People

Annoyance is not an attribute someone can possess; it’s a response we have.

Dealing with disappointment to the glory of God

Disappointment is a gauge of how a person perceives his life—what he believes about it and wants from it.