The Biblical Counseling Coalition is pleased to join CCEF to announce that as of February 7, 2012 they are re-launching the Journal of Biblical Counseling as an online publication. CCEF has been on the “cutting edge” of biblical counseling for decades and the BCC highly prizes their ministry and our relationship with them.
The CCEF Announcement
“We have been working behind the scenes for four years in anticipation of this day. Readers will find the Journal of Biblical Counseling (JBC) easy to access on the CCEF website and will be able to share it worldwide with friends and colleagues.
JBC’s mission is to develop clear thinking and effective practice in biblical counseling and to make it available to pastors, counselors and others in helping and discipling ministries. We want Christ to be honored and Christ’s church to grow wise in both the content and the methods of counseling. David Powlison continues in the role of Senior Editor, guiding the selection and development of content.
Articles in the current issue include “Listening to Prozac… and to the Scriptures” by Mike Emlet, and “The Pastor as Counselor” by David Powlison. We are also initiating two new regular columns in the JBC. Counselor’s Toolbox will offer concrete, succinct helps for counselors. Lives in Process will present first-person case studies. We will also continue to offer a variety of book reviews, sermons and interviews.
The current online issue of JBC will be free of charge. We also plan to sell a print edition and hope to make past issues available online.”
View David Powlison’s Announcement
Dr. David Powlison discusses the return of the Journal of Biblical Counseling after a four-year hiatus. Listen here.
Find Out More Via CCEF
For daily updates and direct links, be sure to visit the following CCEF sites;
- CCEF’s Home Page
- CCEF’s Journal Page
- CCEF on Facebook
- CCEF on Google+
- CCEF on Twitter (On Twitter follow #JBC)
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