Unlovable Family Member? What to Do!

The problem: the UNLOVABLE person in your family! Today’s guest blogger, Julie Ganschow, director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center, gives practical insight on how to love the hard-to-love family member, even a child or parent. You can Julie’s blog here. Plenty of you live with someone who is difficult to love. They may be cranky, obstinate, frustrating,…

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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

TIL 079 : Should I Buy My Child An iPhone For Christmas?

On this edition of Truth in Love, Dr. Lambert discusses whether or not parents should buy their children smartphones. Dr. Lambert establishes that this is ultimately a wisdom issue. He then gives some principles for parents to think through as they make this decision.   For more podcasts like this…

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God Loves to Make Families

Aaron Menikoff

This short and simple Bible study is for the children of divorce who are getting ready for one of their parents to remarry. I wrote it because kids who have suffered through divorce inevitably have mixed feelings about remarriage. They … Continue reading

Reacting to Your Teen’s Sexual Sin

Eliza Jane Huie

Eliza Jane Huie

As she sat across from me tears streamed down her face. Guilt and shock mingled in her words. Through brokenhearted sobs she shared with me how she and her husband had found significantly graphic videos on their 13-year-old son’s computer. Who was this person? She felt so confused, so betrayed. Their young teen was active in youth group, kind to his siblings, and sensitive to the needs of others. He was all a parent could want. Continue reading

The Soul of a Child

Amy Baker

Amy Baker

It has been my privilege to counsel an 11 year old recently who has abuse in her past. While we often think that children need a different approach to counseling (and we certainly want to tailor our teaching and interaction to the understanding of the child), it’s my observation that children struggle with the same desires adults struggle with, they are lured by the same lies that adults fall prey to, and they find hope in the same source adults find hope – in our Lord and Savior. Continue reading

Going It Alone (Part 2)

Jennifer McGehee

This is part 2 of a three-part series highlighting the difficulties, responsibilities, and encouragements to Christians who are in “unequally yoked” marriages. Today’s post examines the responsibilities of the Christian spouse. Continue reading