Living in the Light: Money, Sex, and Power: Review

Kyle Johnston

What is the gravitational center of your life? What do your desires focus on; what do your affections revolve around? Here’s another way to think about this: what are the planets in your life, and what is the sun? And are the planets properly aligned to the sun? Secondly, if the planets of money, sex, and power have flown off their God-ordained orbits, how can they be returned to their suitable place? Continue reading

Side By Side Review

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

Helping People to Help People Have you ever wondered why it is so hard to ask someone for help? Maybe the asking of help comes easy for you, but it is the offering of help that is harder? Or, maybe … Continue reading

Spurgeon’s Sorrows Review

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

A Word from Your BCC Team: Today’s review was first published at Books At a Glance and is re-posted by the BCC with the permission of Books At a Glance and the reviewer, Paul Tautges. You can also read the … Continue reading

Biblical Counseling and the Church Interview

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

BCC Staff Note: In this Biblical Counseling Coalition Author Interview Q & A, we connected with Dr. Bob Kellemen to learn more about the BCC’s third collaborative book: Biblical Counseling and the Church: God’s Care through God’s People. This book … Continue reading

God Made All of Me Interview

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

BCC Staff Note: In this Biblical Counseling Coalition author interview Q & A, we connected with Justin and Lindsey Holcomb to learn more about their very important new book, God Made All of Me: A Book to Help Children to … Continue reading

Plugged In Interview

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

BCC Staff Note: In this Biblical Counseling Coalition author interview Q & A, we connected with Marie Notcheva to learn more about her new book, Plugged In: Proclaiming Christ in the Internet Age. BCC: “Great to talk with you, Marie. … Continue reading

Second Forgetting Review

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

Remembering God’s Promises My parents took up residence with us in 1972 by living in an in-law suite. Five years later my mother died. Within weeks we realized how much she covered my father’s cognitive decline. Within a couple of … Continue reading