“Biblical counseling must not only be church based; it must also be church driven and church saturated. One of the critiques often leveled against biblical counseling is that we can leave observers thinking that all you need for successful counseling is a godly counselor, a Bible, the Holy Spirit, and a willing counselee. All biblical counseling that is faithful to the Scriptures will recognize the vital role played by the church in the life of a Christian counselee (see Rom. 12; I Cor. 12-14; Eph. 4:1-16; 1 Thess. 4:9-10; 5:12-15; Heb. 3:12-14)” (Stuart Scott and Heath Lambert Ed., Counseling the Hard Cases, p. 284).