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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

Weekly Resource- A Case Study in Biblical Counseling and Adultery

This session was given by Tim Pasma at the 2016 Advanced Methodology Counseling and Discipleship Training in Jacksonville, Florida. In the session, Pasma gives participants a case study and then asks them questions to help them think through how they would respond to a particular counseling case. In this session,…

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Cancer: “My Diagnosis Led to Worship of God”

Cancer: A cancer diagnosis surprised BCC counselor Donna Hart, PhD. Her first question was, “What in this do You want me to learn?” The Lord’s answer: worship. Donna’s article appeared first here on her website and is used with permission. Donna also adds an update below to her cancer diagnosis. To all who prayed for her,…

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Five Ways to Attain Unity in Households of Single Christians

Jason Hsieh

Jason Hsieh

Counselors know their efforts often need the support of someone who sees counselees in their natural environment, like a spouse or housemate. As the average age of marriage increases, households of single Christian men or women are becoming a part of many churches, particularly in urban areas. Households with single housemates can be critical for fostering growth in Christ-likeness as they live in community and strive for unity. Continue reading