Register Now for BCC’s Counseling Conference This SATURDAY!

bibCenterFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope1 Comment

Join us for BCC’s Counseling Conference on Saturday, April 28! REGISTER today. Conflict is all around us and too often in us. But God challenges us to pursue “Restoration and Peace,” the theme of this year’s conference, hosted by Biblical Counseling Center. If you wonder about how to resolve conflict in your own life or help those in conflict around … Read More

Teen Sex: Help and Hope for Parents

Julie GanschowFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope1 Comment

teen sex

TEEN SEX: The thought that your son or daughter is sexually active cuts Christian parents to the core. Biblical counselor Julie Ganschow describes the prevalence and dangers of teen sex, and she gives hope and help to parents. Her article appeared first here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition.  It is used with permission. Fourteen-year-old “Angela” (not her real name) sat in my counseling office at the … Read More

Learning to Trust Again (after a deep hurt)

Lucy MollFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope1 Comment

learning to trust

Learning to trust again again is difficult, isn’t it? But, in God’s strength, you can trust someone who has cut you deep. In this practical article, you’ll learn three main things: Losing trust in someone is hard. Learning to trust again is possible! Developing a mindset to trust is essential. But there’s a caveat: In certain circumstances, it would not be wise … Read More

Remembering MLK at 50

Tim AllchinFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope, Stories1 Comment

Wise Counsel from MLK Consider these powerful words from Martin Luther King (MLK) on the 50th anniversary of his death. At Biblical Counseling Center, we pause to remember and commend to you the wise counsel found in these words.  “At times we may feel that we do not need God, but on the day when the storms of disappointment rage, … Read More

Counseling Childhood Sexual Abuse

Guest BloggerFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking HopeLeave a Comment

childhood sexual abuse

Childhood sexual abuse is alarmingly common.  And counseling people who’ve endured childhood sexual abuse is difficult for any counselor. In this article by Joshua Waulk, director of Baylight Counseling, you’ll learn the importance of patience in the counseling process. You’ll also see why the church must get involved.  “We will remember that God waits while we learn.” Diane Langberg, PhD, author of … Read More

How to Listen Like a Counselor

bibCenterFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope1 Comment

listen

So you want to listen like an experienced counselor? In this post by Brad Hambrick, which appeared first here on The Biblical Counseling Coalition website, you’ll learn (or re-learn) how to listen well. Leave a comment and let us know what you think of Brad’s article. Thank you! This post makes two assumptions: (a) that counselors are good listeners, and … Read More

Stillness: A Discipline for Busy Times

Donna HartFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking Hope2 Comments

stillness

Stillness appeals to busy people like you. Yet it may sound threatening, doesn’t it? Dr. Donna Hart, PhD., a biblical counselor and speaker, shares how to incorporate this vital spiritual discipline in your life. Her article appeared first here and is used with permission. Stillness as a spiritual discipline before God can be appealing and a bit threatening. And stillness … Read More

Who’s the Real Problem in My Marriage? Me!

Guest BloggerFor Those Giving Help, For Those Seeking HopeLeave a Comment

Who’s at fault in my marriage? It’s me. Pastor-counselor Bob Kellemen shares insights for marriage from one of his favorite mariage books. It appeared first here on Bob’s website and is used with permission. (Edited for space. -Ed.) What Causes Marriage Fights and Quarrels? My wife, Shirley, and I are watching a Paul David Tripp marriage seminar video series based … Read More