Biblical Counseling Volunteer Form Counselor Application Basic InformationName:Have you previously taken and completed the Introduction to Biblical Counseling class at The Field Church? Yes No Are you a member of The Field Church? Yes No Are you in a community group at The Field Church? Yes No Why do you want to be a volunteer counselor at The Field Church?In 1-2 paragraphs, write out your testimony by answering the following questions listed below?1. What was life like before knowing Christ? 2. When did you receive Christ and what were the truths you heard and believed about Christ? 3. How have you changed since receiving Christ?Additional QuestionsExplain the Gospel in a few sentences.Briefly describe what your time reading the Bible and in prayer generally looks like.How often, when you realize that a belief/action you exhibit goes against the principles and commandments of the Bible, do you repent and change?Do you primarily go to church to be invested in or do you see it as a place that God can use you to invest in others?Do your actions demonstrate a desire to build God’s kingdom rather than your own? If so, how?Counseling Scenarios & Related QuestionsScenario: You meet with an individual for the first time for counseling. She shares with you that she is often anxious and has recently had several panic attacks. She shares that anxiety is something that she has struggled with in the past, but it has never affected her to this extent. She says that she has a relationship with God and desires to be able to live a “normal” life again. Please answer the following questions below.1. In a few sentences, describe how you would approach this. 2. What are some X-ray questions you would ask? 3. What surface & deep idols could potentially be taking place in her heart? Define anger biblically. Describe one sinful way and one godly way a person might deal with anger.Describe the importance of the following passage in biblical counseling: Ephesians 4:17-25.Are the Scriptures significant for counseling? Explain your reasoning.What is some of the important data to gather/things to accomplish in the first session of counseling?