Counseling in a War Zone

Jeremy Lelek

Jeremy Lelek

What is your mentality when you sit down to counsel someone? Do you seek to be kind, loving, compassionate, merciful, quick to confront, ready to offer solutions, or eager to give the answers you know are in the Bible? Do you place pressure on yourself to have it all figured out within an hour so you will appear to know what you are doing? What tends to consume your thinking when you enter the counseling context? Has it ever occurred to you that when you counsel you enter one of the most rabid war zones in the human experience? Continue reading

The Fight Is On! Am I Ready?

Karen Gaul

The Fight Is On! Am I Ready?

We take life so lightly that when trouble comes we duck and run or hide or our reactions are so out of character for a Christ follower it would almost seem we were on the wrong side. We often live as though we have no arsenal at our disposal. Continue reading

Preparing Well for Military Service, Part Two

Chaplain Mark Worrell

Preparing Well for Military Service -Part Two

You’re reading a two part BCC blog post on Preparing Well for Military Service. In Part One, Chaplain Mark Worrell walks us through the decision to join the military, basic training, and how to prepare as a Christian. In Part Two, he introduces us to what military life will be like and how to prepare as a Christian. Continue reading

Preparing Well for Military Service, Part One

Chaplain Mark Worrell

Preparing Well for Military Service -Part One

You’re reading a two part BCC blog post on Preparing Well for Military Service. In Part One, Chaplain Mark Worrell walks us through the decision to join the military, basic training, and how to prepare as a Christian. In Part Two, he introduces us to what military life will be like and how to prepare as a Christian. Continue reading