Friday’s Five to Live By

July 1, 2011


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Friday's Five To Live By

Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top five biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living.

Want to Glorify Christ in Your Relationships?

Paul Tripp shares three biblical mindsets that can lead to biblical relationships that glorify God: God’s Wisdom from Your Relationships.

Want to Grow in Grace?

Many people are having meaningful conversations these days about “Gospel Indicatives” and “Gospel Imperatives.” In Trust and Obey, Bob Kellemen addresses why we must be careful to define our terms biblically.

Want to Address Issues of the Heart?

Jay Adams responds to and addresses the issue of whether “idols of the heart” is a legitimate biblical category. Read, reflect on, ponder, and be stretched by his post Counseling and the Heart.

Want to Reach Others for Christ?

Tim Challies shares personal reflections from his early years in church, and in so doing he challenges us toward a biblical vision of evangelism. Read his thought-provoking post at The Enemy Next Door.

Want to Start a Spiritual Conversation?

Brian Croft shares a very practical idea in What Is a Great Way to Start a Spiritual Conversation.

Join the Conversation

Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts on biblical counseling and Christian living have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?

2 thoughts on “Friday’s Five to Live By

  1. Jay Adam’s “Counseling and the Heart” is a right hook to the jaw!
    This is precisely why I’m on this site – to become a more biblical counselor.  Thank you for bringing this one to our attention!
    I think I need some ice…

  2. Jeff, People have expressed that the Friday Five have been very helpful in keeping them posted on current issues in biblical counseling and Christian living. We’re glad this is one example of that for you. The BCC Grace & Truth blog will have two posts next week that continues and extends the conversation about issues of the heart and “idols of the heart.” This is truly our goal: to have collegial, respectful, iron-sharpens-iron conversations about matters that really matter. Thanks for all your engagement with our posts.

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