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Biblical Counseling Coalition: Grace & Truth

Category Archives: Biblical Counseling

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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Going Back to School

A clinical psychologist becomes a biblical counselor… Continue reading

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5 Ways Training in Biblical Counseling Changes Our Lives

Training in biblical counseling not only impacts our ability to help others. It impacts us—who we are and how we relate to others. Here are 5 ways that biblical counseling training changes us. Continue reading

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Helping a Counselee Understand Chemical Imbalance

Often counselees are told by their doctors that they have a “chemical imbalance” that only medicine will correct. But is this correct? Continue reading

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Counseling People Struggling with Obsessions and Compulsions

In working with people who struggle with obsessions and compulsions, the biblical counselor’s goal for a counselee is not that they would be totally temptation free, but rather that they would consistently increase in faithful responses. Victory is not the absence of struggle, but the growing response of faithfulness in the midst of the struggle. Continue reading

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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: , , ,

What Is Biblical Counseling?

Steve Midgley, the Vicar of Christ Church, Cambridge, who facilitates Oak Hill College’s Certificate in Biblical Counselling, sits down to talk with David Powlison about the meaning and approach of biblical counselling. Continue reading

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The Man Behind the Curtain

At a time when the news and the blogosphere is filled with painful stories of church conflict, believers are not left without clear direction from Scripture. A God-honoring response will always be a loving one. Continue reading

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The Power of Friendship/The Power of God’s Word

You’re reading the third in a multi-part BCC Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Scripture and Counseling. In today’s post, Steve Viars links our trust in the sufficiency of Scripture to the powerful use of Scripture in our daily relationships in The Power of Friendship/The Power of God’s Word. Continue reading

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Advice, Advice Everywhere: The Role of Biblical Authority in Sifting Advice

You’re reading the second in a multi-part BCC Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Scripture and Counseling. In today’s post, Kevin Carson ponders The Role of Biblical Authority in Sifting Advice. Continue reading

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About the BCC

The BCC exists to strengthen churches, para-church organizations, and educational institutions by promoting excellence and unity in biblical counseling as a means to accomplish compassionate outreach and effective discipleship.