Incarnating In Conflict

Eliza Jane Huie

Eliza Jane Huie

Incarnating means putting something into flesh. Jesus was God incarnate. God put on human flesh or, another way to say it, he was clothed in humanity. In a similar way, as believers, we are called to incarnate Jesus. We are to be clothed in Christ (Romans 13:14). And indeed we are (Galatians 3:27). As believers our lives become testimonies of this truth. Continue reading

Beyond The New Year’s Resolution: A Rationale to Read the Bible

This column, written by Dr. Heath Lambert, originally appeared in the print edition of the Florida Baptist Witness. It is the beginning of a new year, and if you are like most people you’ve already begun a new round of New Year’s resolutions. Some people have promised to work more,…

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Open Letter to a Suffering Saint (part 2)

SUFFERING: Are you a suffering saint? Get hope from guest writer Joshua Waulk of Baylight Counseling, whose article appeared first here on his counseling website. This is part two of two parts. Used with permission. Read part one here.  What follows is part two a two-part series on an admittedly difficult topic. As a biblical counseling…

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4 Portraits of Gospel-Centered Black Church History

Bob Kellemen

Bob Kellemen

Lemuel Haynes offers a remarkable example of African American ministerial modeling. Born at West Hartford, Connecticut, in 1753, of a white mother and a black father, Haynes lived his entire eighty years in Congregationalist New England. He completed his indenture in time to serve in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Continue reading

How to Conduct an Effective Intervention (Part 1)

Brad Hambrick

Brad Hambrick

This post is meant to help you take this step strategically rather than desperately.

Sometimes we are prone to think that interventions are a modern invention, but intentional, tough love conversations in the context of people who know the spiraling individual best have always been part of God’s design. Continue reading

Oh Be Careful Little Eyes… (Part 2)

Kevin Carson

Kevin Carson

Be careful where you look. Where you stare matters. Without exercising great caution, whatever it is that captivates your attention will inevitably influence your thinking and acting. In part two of this blog, we will help you understand how to protect your eyes and live in victory. Continue reading

The Bible, Medicine, and Medical Problems

The Bible, Medicine, and Medical Problems, ACBC’s 2017 Winter Webinar did an excellent job to clear up misconceptions of the biblical counseling movement being anti-medicine, simplistic, or cold when approaching medical problems. Instead what you will find in the biblical counseling movement is a convictional, committed, thoughtful approach to the…

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