Friday’s Five to Live By

January 20, 2012


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Five to Live By 2012

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.

The Biblical Counseling Movement After Adams

Over at The Gospel Coalition, the BCC’s Executive Director, Bob Kellemen, reviews Heath Lambert’s important new book, The Biblical Counseling Movement After Adams. Also look for an upcoming BCC review of the book by BCC Council Board member, Jeff Forrey.

How to Lead An Unbeliever’s Funeral

Pastor Jared C. Wilson offers some wise, practical, biblical counsel addressing the issue of How to Lead An Unbeliever’s Funeral.

The Post-Program Church

Bobby Jamison blogs for 9Marks with a well-balanced post on the place of “programs” in church ministry. Read his insights in The Post-Program Church.

Empirical Studies?

At the Institute for Nouthetic Studies, Jay Adams has a brief video post in which he addresses the questions, “Has Nouthetic Counseling Ever Been Studied Empirically?” and “Should/Could Nouthetic Counseling Be Studied Empirically?” This could make for a fascinating series of blog posts on views/answers to these important questions. Listen to Dr. Adams’ convictions in Empirical Studies?

Comfort Food for Mutual Ministry

Pastor Paul Tautges, at his blog, Counseling One Another, interacts about comprehensive and compassionate biblical counseling in Comfort Food for Mutual Ministry.

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?