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A Testimonial: How Biblical Counseling Helped Me with a Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder

Darkness When the Lord calls us to Himself, He rescues us all out of darkness, but I think my darkness was probably darker than many. I was diagnosed

by Anonymous November 20, 2014
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Grief:  Identity or Emotion

I work with people who are suffering.  In fact, each of the people with...

by Steve Green October 15, 2014
Podcasts

Taking A Time Out To Discuss Spanking

Do not hold back discipline from the child, although you strike him with the rod,...

by John Street, Ernie Baker, David Wheaton October 6, 2014
Courses

Resisting Gossip Video Series, Lesson 10: Gossip and Our Church

“The words of a gossip are like choice morsels; they go down to a...

by Matt Mitchell October 4, 2014
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Book Reviews

The Stories We Tell
by Mike Cosper
Instructing a Child’s Heart
by Tedd Trippand Margy Tripp
Second Forgetting
by Benjamin Mast
Running on Empty
by Barbara Bancroft

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Free Resources from the Biblical Counseling Coalition

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Friday’s 5 to Live By

Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top 5 biblical counseling and Christian living...

Bible Reading Plans for 2015

As we start the new year at the Biblical Counseling Coalition, we want to encourage...

A Puritan Prayer for 2015

“O Lord, I launch my bark on the unknown waters of this year, with Thee,...
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Amber commented on 10 Ways that Satan Loves to Watch Marriages Fall Apart:

Dec 30

There should be no arguments in a Christian marriage. The wife should obey and serve as instructed in the Bible. End of story.

Paul Bear commented on Fighting Anxiety:

Dec 26

Experience gives confidence. Instead of facing fears all at once, and becoming completely polarized against them, it is possible to face them a little at a time. Examining thoughts and beliefs is also helpful. Instead of saying “must,” “have to,” “need to,” you can tone it down to “it might be good if,” or “I’d like to,” and reduce the amount of stress associated with a to-do list. willamettevalleycounseling.com

A Family Member commented on Is “Addiction” Rooted in a Disease, Demon, or Decision?:

Dec 4

Disease. A family one.  Diabetics eat sugar.  Cancer patients smoke.  Drinkers/drug abusers drink and abuse drugs.  I was interested in your article until the point of mentioning Bill O’Reilly…and you lost me.  I believe God plays the major role in recovery.  ~Signed a Lifelong Member of a Family of Addicts and Alcoholics