A Radical Approach to 2018 — Living like We Are Leaving

Kevin Hurt

Kevin Hurt

As a year passes into the history books and another new year begins, one of the news items that catches my attention is the list of those who are often referred to as “famous people” who died in the previous year. They have their names listed under the headline “Departures.” They include people who made some sort of impact on our world, and now they are no longer with us. Continue reading

Hope for the Weary: Seeing the Light of Love in the Darkness of Dementia

Julie Ganschow

Julie Ganschow

There are certainly many, many illnesses that cause suffering and misery, but none like age-related dementia and its evil twin, Alzheimer’s. These conditions slowly steal memories and abilities away from a person as the plaques and tangles make their way through the brain. Otherwise active, healthy people lose their ability to function in life. They first lose their short-term memory, then their long-term memories, then their ability to accomplish the most basic of tasks. They become, in many ways, babies in an adult body. Continue reading

Friday’s 5 to Live By

The BCC

The BCC

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

I’ll Probably Be a Widow

Amy Baker

Amy Baker

Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues--Ill Probably Be a Widow

You’re reading Part One of a multi-part Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Biblical Counseling and Women’s Issues. Men—you’d be wise to read these too—to learn more about a biblical understanding of women and about biblical women’s ministry. Today’s post is from Dr. Amy Baker on I’ll Probably Be a Widow. Continue reading