Teaching Your Child to Love the Lord

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Teaching your child to love the Lord with all his heart and with all his soul and with all his mind. . . Isn’t this the deepest hope of every Christian parent? Of course it is. You want to parent in truly biblical ways. You probably consider Christian parenting more important than helping your child do math problems or learn … Read More

Hurt by Someone in Authority?

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Authority figures–whether fathers, husbands, church elders, government leaders, or employers–influence women’s lives. How we women respond to them reveals our hearts. This article by counselor Julie Ganschow appeared first here on her website and is used with permission.  When Authority Figures Disappoint Us As Christian women, we function in a world that is watching to see how we will respond to … Read More

1st Annual Chicago Biblical Counseling Conference

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Restore Hope–this is the theme of the 1st Annual Chicago Biblical Counseling Conference on April 29. Hosted by Biblical Counseling Center, this biblical counseling conference equips and encourages attendees to restore hope to the hurting in your church and community. The conference is geared toward all church leaders, from pastors and care ministers, to Sunday school teachers and small group … Read More

Decisions College Students Must Think Through

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Decisions barrage college students — all of us, actually — as they explore their lives beyond parental instruction. This article by guest writer Joe Keller appeared first here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. Here are seven decision-making guidelines. The university years are filled with potential and opportunity. Students are exploring the realities of their identity … Read More

5 Reasons the Resurrection Brings Hope

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RESURRECTION: As Easter Sunday approaches, have you wondered about the resurrection of Jesus Christ? How does the resurrection bring you hope? This article by counselor Lucy Ann Moll, a doctoral student in biblical counseling, appeared first at her website and is used with permission. Hope is something God knows all of us needs. Aren’t we in a world of hurt? … Read More

Nonstop Talker: When to Interrupt and How

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The nonstop talker: You’ve met him or her in informal conversations and while counseling. So should you interrupt then? Is so, how? Guest writer Dr. Robert Jones of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary tackles this awkward dilemma in his article which first appeared here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. You know the types of people. … Read More

4 Steps into Depression–and the Way Out!

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Let me preface this article by recognizing that some forms of depression have a legitimate physical cause. These must be addressed and controlled through the advancements of medical science. Diabetes, hypothyroid, other glandular problems may be directly connected to the depression a person feels. I will let the medical doctors give help for those medical issues originating in bodily sicknesses … Read More