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Category Archives: Hope

4 Spiritual Blessings to Be Thankful For

Let me suggest to you four spiritual blessings we can choose to be thankful about in this Thanksgiving season. Continue reading

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BCC Weekend Resource: Sanctification: Help and Hope in the Midst of Overwhelming Hopelessness

On weekends we like to highlight for you one of our growing list of free resources. This weekend we highlight a resource audio from the 2014 IBCD Summer Institute. Continue reading

Topics: Audio, Doubt, Hope, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers, Sanctification | Tags: , ,

There Is Hope

You’re reading Part 1 in a four-part BCC Grace & Truth blog mini-series on loss, grief, suffering, and Christ’s healing hope. In today’s post, Bob Kellemen shares the “big picture truth that in Christ There Is Hope. Continue reading

Topics: Christian Living, Grief/Loss, Hope, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers, Suffering | Tags: , , , ,

Bridge to Hope: A Biblically-Based Addictions Program

We at the Reigning Grace Counseling Center believe that the addict can be set free from their enslaving lusts as they begin to understand the heart of addiction. Continue reading

Topics: Addictions, Biblical Counseling, Hope, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers, Sanctification | Tags: , , ,

He Is Risen Indeed!

Easter changes everything. Easter makes all the difference in the world. Happy Easter! Continue reading

Topics: Faith, Hope, Love, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers | Tags: , , , , ,

Unworldly Hope

You’re reading the second in a four-part BCC Grace & Truth blog series on biblical counseling and depression. Few issues are more painful. God’s Word provides us with wisdom for addressing depression with compassion so we can care well and wisely. Today’s post is Unworldly Hope by Hayley Satrom. Continue reading

Topics: Biblical Counseling, Depression, Faith, Hope, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers | Tags: , , , ,

Things to Consider in Parenting

We are called to be faithful parents, not successful. Continue reading

Topics: Biblical Counseling, Christian Living, Hope, Parenting, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers | Tags: , , , , , ,

Counselors Need Hope Too

Typically we think of the counselor giving hope from the Scriptures to the counselee. But what about the counselor’s level of hope in their own heart? Continue reading

Topics: Biblical Counseling, Faith, Hope, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers | Tags: , ,

2 Lies That Must Be Defeated to Overcome Cutting

Two primary lies discourage us from crying out to God to deal with the pain of and temptation toward cutting—learn what they are and how to defeat them with God’s truth. Continue reading

Topics: Addictions, Cutting and Self-Harm, Hope, People in Need of Care, People Who Offer Care, People Who Train Caregivers, Self-Esteem/Self-Image | Tags: , , , ,

Conviction: Vital for Biblical Counseling in the Local Church

Training counselors who are properly motivated is a great joy. Conviction to counsel is a vital ingredient for counseling in the local church. We must help the church see that counseling one another is an essential ministry of the church, a natural outgrowth of our love for God, and our desire to please, honor, and glorify Him. Continue reading

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