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Dr. John H. Stoll

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Executive Director

Phone: (623) ***-****  HQ Phone
ASK Inc
1618 Amy Ln.
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55430
United States

Company Description: For 30 years, ASK, Inc. has stood for the above principles, both in its professional counseling, as well as its Bible teaching. Our ministry to people, Christians...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    ASK Inc
  • Board Member
    Christian Psychological Clinic

Education

  • Ph.D
  • Ph.D.
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John H. Stoll, Th.M., ...
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John H. Stoll, Th.M., Ph.D Most married couples do not understand the basic principles on which marriage is based. It is good to take some time to learn them. The discussion here provides a step in that direction.
Steps to Healing a Marriage John H. Stoll, Th.M., Ph.D Many relationships today are in need of healing, especially marriages. Here are some practical steps to starting the process of ending the pain.
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Dr. John Stoll, Executive Director of A.S.K., Inc., a professional counseling and Bible teaching organization, is making himself available via email to those who have specific questions in the areas of dating, sex and commitment, and marriage. Over the past 45 years he has been a professor in five Christian Colleges/Seminaries, as both a Theologian and Marriage and Family Therapist. For the past 18 years he has been the Director of a Christian Psychological Clinic in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. A complete resume is available.
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In 1978, Dr. John Stoll, along with a Board of Directors, consisting of Twin Cities Christian businessmen, began this missionary program that also includes Sunday Ministry, Bible Conferences, Bible Seminars and Church Pastoral Counseling and Church Mediation. Originally, ASK, Inc. maintained an office in Arden Hills, MN, where a number of Christian Therapists provided a full complement of professional counseling.
In 1990 the Board of Directors separated the counseling clinic from the outreach ministry, both of which continue today with full and vigorous programs, in the Twin Cities and throughout the state of Minnesota. In 1998 Dr. John Stoll expanded his Bible Teaching, during the winters, into Phoenix, Arizona. In addition to his seven Bible Study Classes, he provides Marriage and Family Therapy Counseling and also takes part in a missionary ministry with Campus Crusade, through an Internet service to Christian University Professors around the world, in areas of Theology and Psychology. In addition, he writes the quarterly Christian Psychology article for the Christian Herald magazine. When time permits, he also fills open pulpit needs, as they arise.
BMH Editor's Blog: Why This Election Matters
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Today's editorial is from Grace Seminary grad and former Grace faculty member John H. Stoll, Ph.D.
The coming election of our president will have a far greater effect on our nation than previous elections.
There are at least two underlying reasons for this: how the coming president will handle world affairs, especially increased hostility and terrorism, and, secondly, the precedent-setting personal hatred of our current president and how this will affect the future if he is reelected, as well as later presidents.
What is behind the intense personal attacks, and what can be done to restore a semblance of civility and honor to our electoral process, which has degenerated to vile language against him and castigating his personhood?
When one reflects upon our president, we see a person who has made a personal commitment to Jesus Christ as the Savior of his life.When Jesus Christ was on earth, He noted that the world would hate the Christian, just as it hated Him (Matthew 24:9).Futhermore, in Satan's increasing attack upon every aspect of Christianity, it is no wonder that he fiercely attacks the president of the world's greatest country, who is a Christian.
Therefore, he is marshaling all his forces to defeat the president as well as Christianity in our country.As the world comes closer to the return of Jesus Christ in judgment, Satan is ratcheting up his attacks in every aspect of God's work and people.
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Dr. John H. Stoll is executive director of A.S.K., Inc., a professional counseling and Bible teaching organization.For the past 18 years he has been the director of a Christian psychological clinic in Minneapolis/St.Paul, Minn.
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Comments: In reading Dr Stoll's editorial, I was struck by the following couple of sentences.
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Dr Stoll asks the question as to how this "precedent-setting personal hatred of our current president will affect the future if he is reelected, as well as later presidents."
Dr. Stoll
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Discover great ways to grow in your spiritual life with the latest book from Dr. Stoll
ASK, Inc.
Dr. Stoll
Dr. John H. Stoll is Executive Director of A.S.K., Inc., a professional counseling and Bible teaching organization. Over the past 45 years he has been a professor in five Christian Colleges/Seminaries, as both a Theologian and Marriage and Family Therapist. For the past 18 years he has been the Director of a Christian Psychological Clinic in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.
Discourses
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Discover great ways to grow in your spiritual life with the latest book from Dr. Stoll
ASK, Inc.
Discourses by Dr. Stoll
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John H. Stoll, Ph.D.
Executive Director, ASK, Inc.
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If one is committed to that, then God is the guarantor that there will be fullness of life (Joshua 1:8; John 10:10).
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It is the work of the Holy Spirit to guide us into all the truth (John 16:13), and as we submit to his guidance, God directs the thoughts and intents of our lives to conform us to his perfect will for us.
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Fullness of meaning in life is most desirable for every person, The promise Christ has given to the Christian is found in John 10:10, I am come that you might have life ( i.e. spiritual life), and that you might have it more abundantly. A Biblically centered worldview in the life of the Christian will bring what Christ promised to reality. In John 15:11, Jesus said, These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full.
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Furthermore, in 1 John 3:2 we read, Beloved now are we the children of God, and it does not yet appear what we shall be, but we know that when He appears, we shall be like Him, for we will see Him as He is.
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John H. Stoll, Ph.D.
Executive Director, ASK, Inc.
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The reason the Bible is not specific in the "gray" are is twofold: 1) certain actions are not always right or wrong, but must be considered in a contextual light of times, manners, customs, culture, and; 2) God wishes His children to become spiritually mature and able to make mature judgments based on the principles of His Word, as the person allows the Holy Spirit to guide him into all the truth (John 16:13). This gives the Christian confidence, just as a growing child gains confidence in judgment as his parents increase his allowance to make the judgments.
Today, we live in a world dominated by the philosophies of philosophical existentialism (i.e. man exists as an individual in a purposeless world, and that he must oppose the hostile environment by the exercise of his free will) and pragmatism (i.e. the system of philosophy which tests the validity of concepts and actions by their practical results; if it works, it is all right.) The resultant emphasis of these two philosophies shows up in the effects of the depersonalization of society, the break-down of the eternal and traditional elements of faith, and the loss of meaning to present life. Man is essentially free; he is conscious of himself as a being, and he can think and question his own existence.
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This is why Christ stated in John 10:10, "I am come that ye might have life and that ye might have it more abundantly."
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John H. Stoll, Ph.D.
Executive Director, ASK, Inc.
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Christians today, who are the Church, would do no better, were it not for the indwelling Holy Spirit, who regenerates us, keeps us in God's power and grace, guides us into all the truth through the Word of God, and protects us from the evil one (John 14:16-26; 16:7-14).
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The Bible serves as an instrument of Sanctification in three ways: 1) to reveal our sinful condition (James 1:23-25; John 6:28,29); 2) the Holy Spirit uses the Word to cleanse us from our sinful habits and practices (Ephesians 5:26); and 3) the Holy Spirit uses the Word to transform us into the likeness of Jesus Christ (II Corinthians 3:18).
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Finally, it provides for us fellowship with Christ (John 15:3,4).
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John H. Stoll, Ph.D.
Executive Director, ASK, Inc.
When one thinks of the word, manipulation, usually a negative connotation is implied. But, when the word is ascribed to God, it emphasizes the sovereignty of His being, and control over the world, for His honor and glory, and for mankind's good. God originally created everything perfect, including mankind, and He saw that it was good.
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Today, we see events rapidly moving toward these conclusions, and God has provided a "roadmap" of understanding as to His soon return as witnessed in the Bible (Matt. 24:3-14; John 14:1-6), but as to the time, He has not told us that (Mark 13:32). The Christian's responsibility is to grow in spiritual maturity, to let our spiritual light shine for Him, and to await His coming again (I Thess. 4:13-18).
In spite of the increasing wickedness that is controlling the world today, remember, God is sovereign, and His will is being carried out. We can trust that He not only is in control, but that He knows what He is doing, and that ultimately all will work out for our good, and the honor and glory of Him.
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What is Wrong With Society Today?
John H. Stoll, Ph.D.
Executive Director, ASK, Inc.
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(John 3:16,17;14:1-6). He also stated, "I am come that you may have life, and that you may have it more abundantly" (John 10:10). Therefore, to every person who commits their life to Jesus Christ, he guarantees a full and abundant life.
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Again, in 2 Cor. 3:18 and 7:1, as well as 1 John 3:2,3 we see that our responsibility before our Heavenly Father is to submit our lives to his control, by the Holy Spirit.
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1. Christians are in the world, but not of the world (John 17:14-16). Granted, Christians live in the world, but our allegiance is to Christ and his kingdom, which is a spiritual kingdom over which he reigns in our hearts. This does not mean that one should isolate himself from the affairs of life, but acknowledge the higher calling of God and his principles for governing life (Acts 5:29).
2. The whole world's system is in the hands of the wicked one, but has been condemned by God (1 John 5:19; 2:17; John 12:31). The 1 John 5:19 passage is quite graphic for it says, " - - -the whole world lies in the lap of the wicked one". As one mentally visualizes the picture, it is of a mother holding her child close, and that speaks of control.
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6. As Ambassadors for the Lord, we should represent the TRUTH to the world (John 18:36; 2 Cor. 5:20). One of the basic principles in the Bible is its emphasis on the truth ( See: John 14:6).
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Finally, in 1 John 4:4 it tells us that, "Greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world".
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