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Category Archives: People in Need of Care

3 Questions for Biblical Counselling

Most of us are suspicious of new things. Rightly so. If we’ve managed fine without this new-fangled idea for years, why would we need it now? In the UK, biblical counselling is new and I hear a fair bit of suspicion. This can be helpful. It’s good to question. It enables us to work out if we need this new thing or not. Here are three questions I’ve heard recently… Continue reading

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14 Most Read BCC Book Reviews of 2014

It’s that time of year. Each year, near the end of the calendar year, we collate for you, with direct links, the most visited BCC book reviews, book lists, book author interviews, and book videos of the year. So, today, enjoy direct links to the 14 most read BCC book reviews in 2014. Continue reading

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14 Most Read BCC Resources of 2014

It’s that time of year. Each year, near the end of the calendar year, we collate for you, with direct links, the most visited BCC free resources of the year. So, today, enjoy direct links to the 14 most read BCC resources in 2014. Continue reading

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14 Most Read BCC Blogs of 2014

It’s that time of year. Each year, near the end of the calendar year, we collate for you, with direct links, the most visited BCC Grace & Truth blogs posted during the year. So, today, enjoy direct links to the 14 most viewed BCC blogs posted in 2014. Continue reading

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Friday’s 5 to Live By

Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top 5 biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. Continue reading

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Loss: Finding Hope That Lasts When Life Falls Apart

In today’s post, we want to make you aware of and encourage you to consider purchasing the complete audio set from CCEF’s 2014 Conference, Loss: Finding Hope That Lasts When Life Falls Apart. Continue reading

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Don’t Get An Emotional Divorce Before You are Married: Dating Mistakes

You are dating, and you really like each other a lot. You’re having a lot of fun. And you talk virtually every day. Most couples, even in the early stages of dating, will open up their lives, and start sharing a lot about themselves. You’re vulnerable early on, and you emotionally give yourselves to each other. Here is my warning: deep emotional intimacy should not be established in the early stages of a relationship. Continue reading

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5 Ugly Qualities of the Anti-Elder

In the book of Titus, Paul writes to a young man and charges him to appoint elders in every church in Crete. He tells him what kind of man to look for and as he does this he gives a glimpse of the anti-elder, the kind of man who may seek the office but who is absolutely unsuited to it. Continue reading

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If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?

At the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors blog site, Dr. Heath Lambert interviews Dr. Bob Somerville about his new book, “If I’m a Christian, Why Am I Depressed?” Dr. Lambert calls this new book “the best book on depression that I’ve read.” Continue reading

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BCC Weekend Resource: Theo-Drama and Gospel-Centered Counseling

BCC Staff Note: On weekends we like to highlight for you one of our growing list of free resources. This weekend we highlight a resource PDF by Bob Kellemen on Theo-Drama and Gospel-Centered Counseling: God’s Redemptive Drama and Our Life … Continue reading

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