Practice the SOG Plan

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BCC Staff

PDF Download: Practice the SOG Plan Kyle Johnston says, “I can personally testify that if you start practicing this simple plan in the ordinary interactions of life, you can improve your ability to know and follow God, to read and … Continue reading

Gospel-Driven Counseling For Suffering

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

 If we are honest, it is much easier (in the sense of being straight-forward) to counsel sin than it is to counsel suffering. And in reality, those are the only two kinds of counseling that exist. When someone comes to … Continue reading

Premarital Counseling Session 3: A Theology of Sex

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

Key Ideas Physical attraction and physical intimacy are a gift from God and a blessing to be enjoyed in marriage. A healthy biblical sexuality involves physical, emotional, relational and spiritual intimacy.  It’s a package that can’t be bifurcated. A couple’s … Continue reading

Introduction to Premarital Counseling Curriculum

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BCC Staff

Dear Pastor or Lay Leader: Premarital resources in the evangelical book market are sparse, so I’ve often been asked for copies of our “in-house” curriculum that we use at Capitol Hill Baptist Church.  I’m happy that the Biblical Counseling Coalition … Continue reading

A Marriage Preparation Inventory

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BCC Staff

This questionnaire is designed to help identify strengths and potential trouble-spots in your relationship. Most of the questions have no “right” answers. The important thing is for you to state clearly your perceptions in each case. Files Marriage Preparation Inventory

Mental Illness and the Church

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

At the 2014 Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) annual conference and at the 2015 Faith Biblical Counseling Training Conference, I presented on: Mental Illness and the Church: Developing a Compassionate and Comprehensive Biblical Counseling Response Here’s a summary of … Continue reading