Friday’s 5 to Live By

April 12, 2013


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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.

6 Aspects of Biblical Counseling At Its Best

Matt Mitchell outlines 6 factors that he sees as Biblical Counseling At Its Best.

A Biblical Perspective on Depression

The next three listings all relate, in one way or another, to the sad news from this past weekend that Rick and Kay Warren lost their son, Matthew, to suicide. The BCC grieves with and is praying for Pastor Warren and Kay.

The BCC being a coalition, and the Friday 5 being a compilation of differing perspectives on biblical counseling and Christian living, it is no surprise that the following three posts provide three unique perspectives…

Reflecting on the suicide of Matthew Warren, Julie Ganschow shares her thoughts on A Biblical Perspective on Depression.

Suicide, Salvation, and Eternal Security

Bob Kellemen addresses the twin questions of suicide and eternal security and of what do to if you are struggling with suicidal thoughts. Read his counsel in Ask the Counselor: Suicide, Salvation, and Eternal Security.

7 Questions About Suicide and Christians

David Murray asks and answers 7 Questions About Suicide and Christians.

Leadership As Stewardship

In a day when Christians integrate secular leadership principles into their church leadership philosophy, Dr. Albert Mohler’s post is most needed He lays the foundation for a biblical, theological model of leadership in Leadership As Stewardship.

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Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?