Rob Green (129 articles)
Rob GreenPastor Rob Green oversees Faith Biblical Counseling Ministries. A seasoned counselor, Rob also teaches others how to counsel--through FBCM's training conferences and Faith Bible Seminary's MABC program.

Dealing with Failure

Failure is a scary word. It displays our weaknesses, our vulnerability, and strips away some of our security. It makes us feel exposed and shows that we could be in trouble. In fact, failure hurts us and reminds us that our pain may not be going away anytime soon. In addition, there are times when… Read More»


Husbands: Need Christmas Ideas?

Well guys, it is almost time for the men to start thinking about Christmas shopping … after all, we don’t like to peak too early! If you are like me, you are always thinking about the perfect gift (and, if you are like me, you always wonder if you actually got the “perfect gift”). Of… Read More»

armor of god


I think all of us can relate to the fact that we are in a spiritual war. We are soldiers in the Lord’s army and our war occurs on multiple fronts. We fight spiritually against the powers and principalities, but we also battle against the flesh. It is this later front that I want to… Read More»


Running to Win

Would Paul have watched the Olympics over the past two weeks? My sanctified imagination occasionally takes me to interesting places. Sometimes I wonder whether the Apostle Paul enjoyed athletics. I occasionally wonder whether he participated in athletic contests during his young years. I don’t know if Paul was an athlete himself or whether he enjoyed… Read More»


Avoiding Legalism in your home

If you were at Faith on Sunday, then you heard Pastor Steve Viars speak candidly regarding the dangers of various types of legalism in the church. Legalism is not defined by the existence of a rule or a principle to be followed; legalism is the evaluation of a person’s spirituality on the basis of their willingness to… Read More»


Family Driven Faith

This article is primarily for parents, and especially fathers. Judges 2:10 is one of the most difficult passages in the Bible to read. It says that there arose a generation who did not know the Lord or the work He had done in Israel. In other words, children were growing up without a spiritual heritage… Read More»

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