Friday’s 5 to Live By—The Holiday Edition

November 30, 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. Today’s post is our Holiday Edition.

Family Feuds: How to Respond

Tim Lane and CCEF offers you a biblical look at Family Feuds: How to Respond.

Healing for the Holidays

Bob Kellemen and RPM Ministries offers you a free 20-page PDF providing biblical wisdom about Healing for the Holidays.

How to deal with Holiday Family Tensions

Russell Moore shares biblical insight into How to Deal with Holiday Family Tensions.

GriefShare Healing for the Holidays

GriefShare provides a small group focus for Healing for the Holidays.

When God Looks Like Your Earthly Father

Ed Welch at CCEF discusses what to do When God Looks Like Your Earthly Father. While not only pertinent to the holidays, parent-child issues do tend to become pronounced during the holidays.

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One thought on “Friday’s 5 to Live By—The Holiday Edition

  1. Welch’s article was really good. Reminds me of Powlinson’s booklet about God being bigger than your parents’ mistakes (forget the exact title, but an excellent counseling tool.)

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