Is The Bible Taking a Back Seat in Your Counseling

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott

Biblical counselors would be the first to affirm that God’s Word is the source of our counseling and the Spirit’s agent for change. But are we communicating that in an effective way to our counselees in our actual practice? Are we really depending on the power of God through His Word to arrest, comfort, and transform hearts? Do those who minister in a more informal way in our churches understand the value of pointing to the Word, before they offer an outside resource? Continue reading

An Ally for the Church: One-Eighty Counseling and Education

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott

An Ally for the Church--One-Eighty Counseling and Education

At the Biblical Counseling Coalition, we love using our “megaphone” to fulfill our BCC mission: to advance the ministry of the biblical counseling movement. Throughout January, we’re helping you to learn about vital biblical counseling ministries—like today’s post from Dr. Stuart Scott of One-Eighty Counseling and Education. Continue reading

Our Identity…Should It Be a Focus in Counseling?

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott

Identity in Christ Series - Our Identity…Should It Be a Focus in Counseling

You’re reading the first of a BCC Grace & Truth blog mini-series on “Our Identity in Christ.” In all that we do at the BCC, we seek to provide robust resources through collaborative relationships. This blog series is also designed to meet that goal—as you will read and hear several different perspectives and “voices” on the important issue of who we are in Christ. Today, Stuart Scott asks the foundational question, Our Identity…Should It Be a Focus in Counseling? Continue reading