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Friday’s 5 to Live By

Friday's Five To Live By 2012

Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top five biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living.

I See Resurrected People

The Christian Post features an interview with BCC Executive Director, Bob Kellemen, about his blog mini-series on Christian Living. You can read their interview here. You can read Bob’s original post at I See Resurrected People.

Do You Think You Are Angry with God?

Life in a fallen world is painful and broken. As Christians endure hardship and suffering, at times Christians feel angry at God. Listen as Alasdair Groves and Cecelia Bernhardt discuss how to come alongside and help those who struggle in this way: Do You Think You Are Angry with God?

15 Reasons Why the Greatest Suffering Is Better Than the Smallest Sin

David Murray summarizes a sermon by Puritan, Thomas Manton in 15 Reasons Why the Greatest Suffering Is Better Than the Smallest Sin.

4 Ways to Do Multi-Generational Church

Pastor Brian Croft notes that:

“For the multi-generational church to exist, both young and old must compromise with one another. Older must understand where the younger are coming from and younger need to understand the older. For this post, I want to suggest 4 ways the younger can compromise and serve the older members of a local church and I will reverse this idea in a future post. For now, the younger can serve the older by…”

Read his views in Four Ways the Younger Can Compromise with the Older in the Local Church.

7 Essential Stages of Building An Online Presence

This is not “technically” a “Christian living post,” however, for all those who want awareness of their ministries to grow, building an online presence is important. Read a solid summary in 7 Essential Stages of Building An Online Presence.

Join the Conversation

Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?

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  • David Murray

    Thanks for the link, Bob.

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