Same-Sex Attraction: Do Ask, Do Tell, Let’s Talk

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Same-sex attraction and how to talk about it … this is the topic of Brad Hambrick’s book Do Ask, Do Tell, Let’s Talk: Why and How Christians Should Have Gay Friends. In this article which appeared first here on the Biblical Counseling Coalition website, he provides a preview of his culturally timely and encouraging book. Here’s a link to Brad’s website. … Read More

9 Questions to Discovering Your God-Given Design

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To help you determine your God-given design, work through these nine questions. Brad Hambrick — Pastor of Counseling at The Summit Church in Durham, NC — developed these questions that appeared first here on Biblical Counseling Coalition website. Used with permission. If the law of God can be summarized in a positive command, then we consider how to “run to” God … Read More

Gluttony: Gospel Truth for Comfort Eaters

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Gluttony — who wants to talk about it? It’s not a “bad” sin, right? But what does a struggle with food reveal about your heart, the inner you? A thought-provoking and compassionate article by Brad Hambrick which appeared first here on the Biblical Counseling Coalition website. Used with permission. Are we really going to talk about gluttony at this time … Read More

16 Top Biblical Counseling Books in 2016

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Books, books, and more books. Here are the top biblical counseling books of 2016, rounded up by guest writer Dr. Bob Kellemen. Enjoy!  If you are a counselor, pastor, student, one-another minister, small group leader, or spiritual friend, you want to know the most helpful books about the personal ministry of the Word — using God’s Word for helping hurting … Read More

Do Children Run Your Home?

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When children rule, a home becomes chaotic. Boundaries give freedom to mature within the parameters of God’s moral laws and parental efficiency rules. Children need freedom to be kids, to learn and explore, to have fun. But they also need rules to guide them into productivity and maturity. God gave Adam and Eve only one rule, and then His children … Read More

It’s Good to Grieve

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It’s good to grieve, says biblical counselor Donna Hart, PhD. She speaks candidly about death, grief, and the pressure some Christians put on the grieving. Donna’s post first appeared here on her website and is used with permission. Need help? Go to BiblicalCounselingCenter.org Death causes us to be angry because it comes into our world like an unexpected slap in … Read More

Reclaiming the HOLY of Christmas

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Merry and HOLY Christmas to you, friends! This article by ACBC-certified counselor Lucy Ann Moll, who counsels the hurting at our Winfield office and by Skype, appeared first here on the Biblical Counseling Coalition website and is used with permission. Who stole the HOLY of Christmas? How can we Christians reclaim it? What changed in our hearts that many of … Read More

Depression: Debunking the Myths! (part 1)

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Depression: Did you know scientists and biblical counselors recognize at least three myths about this problem? In part 1 of this two-part series, learn the truth about seratonin as you seek help for you or a loved one. This post first appeared here on CareLeader.org, June 29, 2016, and is used with permisison. Would you like caring biblical counseling for … Read More