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Category Archives: People Who Train Caregivers

When Christians Despair

While meditating on 2 Corinthians 1:8-11, I found myself asking two questions: What does the apostle mean when he says of his companions and himself, “we despaired even of life?” And what is God’s purpose in allowing: “the sentence of death within ourselves?” Continue reading

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6 Biblical Perspectives on Strength in Weakness

It’s human nature to detest pain, suffering, and weaknesses. Perhaps that’s why I find 2 Corinthians so intriguing. It shows how Paul suffered for his faith and responded to criticisms. By that time, Paul had planted churches and proven his … Continue reading

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God’s Strength Displayed Through Our Weakness

A quadriplegic son was not what Sharon and I had envisioned for our sixteen-year-old son, Matt. We brought Matt into our home when he was just three day’s old. This bundle of energy, now after an accident during basketball practice, would be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. The Ware family entered the world of families affected by disabilities. Continue reading

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Weekend Resources

Did you know that we have now posted interviews with over three dozen leading biblical counseling organizations? How do these organizations and their leaders define biblical counseling? Read these interviews to find out. 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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The Grand Canyon from the Bottom Up: Creation and Counseling

Scripture directly connects reflecting on creation and its impact on the soul. Are we utilizing this powerful tool the Lord has given us enough in our counseling ministries? Are we using this wonderful gift from the creator enough in our own relationship with Him? Continue reading

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2 Equipping Opportunities

Learn more about two upcoming training events, one related to restoration from pornography and one related to Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands. Continue reading

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5 Factors Leading to Spiritual Growth: “Run, Forrest, Run”

Paul coaches us in five features that should characterize our approach to spiritual growth in Philippians 3:12-16. Continue reading

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2 Biblical Counseling Conferences: One Hope—Christ’s Gospel of Grace

Today we join the ACBC and CCEF in announcing a unique opportunity to attend both conferences at a special discounted cost. Listen in as ACBC Executive Director, Heath Lambert and CCEF Executive Director, David Powlison describe the relevance of each conference: the ACBC’s conference on The Gospel and Mental Illness and CCEF’s conference on Loss. Continue reading

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Ten Simple (But Critical) Questions to Consider in Marriage Counseling

On weekends we like to highlight for you one of our growing list of free resources. This weekend we highlight a resource article by Dr. Jeremy Lelek in which he discusses Ten Simple (But Critical) Questions to Consider in Marriage Counseling. Continue reading

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