If we knew everything in face to face ministry we’d never pray.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

What happened to your joy? What a lovely question Paul asks in Galatians.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

Humility doesn’t insist on its own agenda…it admits that we do not know all things. In this culture being strong is prized and being weak is marginal. Weakness that is willing to hear the truth is so admirable.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

In order to move towards others you have to know what it means to be needy yourself.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

Wherever you are you can move towards Christ.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

Humility will keep you from a lot of errors.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

(Now that I’m older) I pray more, earlier (when counseling).
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

We listen to others until we are moved. If we aren’t moved, we ask more questions.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships

Humility always beats cleverness.
Ed Welch, in his class, Helping Relationships

When you start summarizing people using a diagnostic category (like the four letters of the Myers-Briggs test), you are not listening.
Ed Welch, in his class Helping Relationships