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Friday’s 5 to Live By

September 21, 2012

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Friday's 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.

A Thank You from Tim Lane

Dr. Tim Lane, President of CCEF shares not only a “thank you,” but also some vision-casting for CCEF in the coming months. Rejoice in what God is doing in equipping biblical counselors through CCEF when you read A Thank You from Tim Lane.

Counseling the (Really) Hard Cases

Matt Smethurst interviewed Stuart Scott and Heath Lambert about their new book, Counseling the Hard Cases. Read Matt’s interview about this important new addition to resources for biblical counseling and pastoral ministry: Counseling the (Really) Hard Cases.

Beware of Delusions of Spiritual Grandeur

Paul Tripp shares his personal testimony of being unaware of his own delusions of spiritual grandeur. In sharing, he cautions all of us to be sure we are turning to the Word of God for any realistic self-assessment, and not to our own distorted, arrogant sense of self. Read his testimony and challenge in Beware of Your Delusions of Spiritual Grandeur.

When Widows and Widowers Want to Live Together without Getting Married

Pastor Brian Croft addresses an increasingly common concern for church leaders in How Does a Pastor Shepherd Widows and Widowers Who Desire Cohabitation.

What Should I Tell My Spouse About Sexual Sin?

Alasdair Groves of CCEF outlines principles to consider when confessing sexual sin to a spouse. He also provides links to additional resources. Learn from Alasdair at What Should I Tell My Spouse About Sexual Sin?

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