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Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Joe Keller

Joe Keller

The university years are filled with potential and opportunity. Students are exploring the realities of their identity in Christ beyond their parents’ instruction. There’re not playing with Monopoly money anymore, the training wheels are off, and they know it. These are the days that shape a trajectory for the rest of their lives. At times life can become overwhelming. What major should I choose? Should I take out more student loans? Should I go overseas this summer? Should I get married? What if I don’t get married? Should I create a startup company and surf every day for the rest of my life? Continue reading

Does Biblical Counseling Really work with Kids?

Garrett Higbee

Garrett Higbee

My wife and I have a burden for the next generation of youth growing up in a much different world than we did. We are parents of three children between the ages of nine and sixteen. I am a former child psychologist. This has stirred up in me a strong desire to see biblical counselors take a more serious look at how we can help kids and their parents navigate a very distracting and disturbing world using a biblical worldview. Biblical counseling can help our kids not fall victim to the rampant fear, perversity, and despair that is all around them. Even more, it can equip them to be world changers for Jesus Christ. Continue reading

Should a Wife be Jealous?

Caroline Newheiser

Caroline Newheiser

The Bible clearly teaches that one type of jealousy is a sinful desire of the flesh which is set against the Spirit. It is in the list of works of the flesh in Galatians 5:19-21. James 3:16 says that jealousy brings disorder and every vile practice. So should a wife be jealous? Continue reading

God’s Working Word

Kyle Johnston

Kyle Johnston

What makes counselling effective? What gives counselees an expectation that counselling will be a productive use of their time? In other words, how do we know that counselling will work? This is obviously a very important question, and it is one that has been at the center of numerous studies. Continue reading

Advice to Counsel in Community

Sean Gould

Sean Gould

Do you remember receiving a good piece of advice at some point in your life? What was it? Did it involve something regarding a daily task or a specific way of handling a relationship? Often times, a good piece of advice is simple, pithy, and to the point. Continue reading

4 Ways to Help an Overly Sensitive Wife

Andrea Lee

Andrea Lee

Touchy. Moody. Easily Offended. Has your husband ever said this about you? Does he walk on eggshells around you or fear you will misinterpret his comments? Are you overly sensitive to his assessment of your performance or character? Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 002 – Jim Newheiser

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

In this episode of 15:14, Dr. Jim Newheiser draws on over 30 years of pastoral ministry and leadership in biblical counseling to discuss the relationship between preaching and counseling, the value of academic training in biblical counseling and other topics. Continue reading

Important Reminders for the Art of Relationship-Building

Sacha Alexandre Mendes

Sacha Alexandre Mendes

Relationships are an interesting topic. Relationships can assume several forms and degrees of closeness, due to the diversity of people, customs, and cultures. Whenever and wherever you find at least two people, you can find the beauty and the challenges of relationships. This topic deserves our attention. In fact, it is because of the commonality and the purpose of relationships that Christians should be aware of their potential dangers to be ready to enjoy their potential blessings. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 001 – Eliza Huie

BCC Staff

BCC Staff

15:14 is a podcast of the Biblical Counseling Coalition which seeks to encourage Christians with the words of Romans 15:14 “I myself am satisfied about you, my brothers, that you yourselves are full of goodness, filled with all knowledge and able to counsel one another.” Continue reading

Can Your Counselee See The Invisible?

Carol Cornish

Carol Cornish

Our culture is awash in materialism. Though many people give lip service to religion, and books about spirituality (whatever that is) soar to the top of bestseller lists, their day to day behaviors reveal a functional materialism. Rather than addressing a prevailing consumerist mindset, let’s consider how to help people who are stuck in knowledge that comes only from their physical senses. Continue reading