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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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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Same-Sex Attraction: Do Ask, Do Tell, Let’s Talk

Same-sex attraction and how to talk about it … this is the topic of Brad Hambrick’s book Do Ask, Do Tell, Let’s Talk: Why and How Christians Should Have Gay Friends. In this article which appeared first here on the Biblical Counseling Coalition website, he provides a preview of his culturally timely and encouraging book. Here’s…

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Top Ten Posts of All Time – #7

Mark Kelly

Depression often robs us of our hope. The temptation in thinking that we cannot be honest with God about our situation deepens this hopelessness. Proceeding in prayer using the psalmist’s example in Psalm 13 breathes new hope into our lives. Continue reading

Top Ten Posts of All Time – #2

Lilly Park

My desire is that God might use this blog post to encourage those who are weary, to challenge those who are not trusting God or seeking counsel, and to provide some help to those who are not sure how to help women in emotionally abusive relationships. Continue reading