by Wendy Bowman I recently journeyed with a young woman whose thought world was full of troubling notions, ideas, fears… Read more What are you thinking?
Dear friend, We all love it when life leaps into forward gear and we make all kinds of progress. Problems… Read more An Open Letter to Those Frustrated By Their Progress in Sanctification
Suffering comes in all shapes and sizes. It often interrupts our lives with such force and leaves us reeling. Whether… Read more A Biblical View of Suffering – Part 1
– by Betty-Anne Van Rees So often when someone reaches out for help, they are like parched ground. Confused, hurting,… Read more Thirsty Souls Need Living Water
Biblical counselors would be the first to affirm that God’s Word is the source of our counseling and the Spirit’s… Read more Is the Bible Taking a Backseat in Your Counseling?
Faithful counselors are conscientious; they exercise great care in guiding others with the Word of God. Additionally, they seek to… Read more Ezra 7:10 and the Counselor
by Herb Hunter – CBCC Board Member One of the most powerful tools in the Biblical counselor’s tool box is… Read more Counseling with your Ears
When I first began reading through the Bible I looked for some unifying themes. I concluded that there are many,… Read more How to Talk About Sin in a Postmodern Age
– by Daniel Henderson Although I am not a professional counselor, I am involved in the translation and publication of… Read more Saints, Sufferers, and Sinners
A woman who lost her husband recently shared of a particularly difficult night of despair and hopelessness. It was a… Read more The Gift of Tears