Linda M. Marten

Dr. Marten has over 30 years of counseling experience in private practice, at a university, and in an agency facility. She is a licensed professional counselor and supervisor, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and a clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. She began as an adjunct in 2000 supervising students in the master’s-level counseling practicum at Dallas Seminary. Previously she taught psychology and counseling at Dallas Bible College.

Linda M. Marten’s Contributions

How Christians Should Think About the Paranormal

In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Linda Marten, and Scott Horrell discuss the reality of a spiritual…
January 17, 2023

Freedom from Our Condemning Hearts

Everywhere we turn, we compare ourselves—we look, measure, evaluate, and then rank ourselves—with others around us.…
October 12, 2018
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A Discussion on Mental Health

Students and faculty members at DTS discuss mental health and its effect on believers in addition…
December 7, 2017

My Five Favorite Words

Dr. Linda Marten, Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling, talks about five words that have profound intended…
July 13, 2016

It All Depends on How You See It

Dr. Linda Marten, Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling, proposes how a personal view of life is…
May 13, 2015

How Does a Lamb Know its Shepherd?

Dr. Linda Marten, Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling, uses a personal story to show how a…
May 18, 2011

Don't Worry Be Happy!

Linda Marten, assistant professor of Biblical Counseling, reads from Ephesians 2:10. She encourages us to love…
June 3, 2009
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The Self-Condemning Heart

Dr. Linda Marten, assistant professor of Biblical Counseling, brings us the message that the followers of…
September 22, 2005
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