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 Gospel Cure
At the Association of Biblical Counselors’ blog, Elyse Fitzpatrick ponders how to respond to depression in The Gospel Cure.
Is the Biblical Counseling Movement a Movement?
Ed Stetzer asks What Does a Real Movement Look Like? While he’s not addressing the biblical counseling world, he claims that every movement needs three sparks. Does the biblical counseling movement have these three sparks?
Should Pastors Still Anoint with Oil When Visiting the Sick?
Pastor Brian Croft raises the issue for discussion, without an answer given yet, of: Should Pastors Still Anoint with Oil When Visiting the Sick?
What Is Necessary to Counsel Effectively?
Jay Adams suggests that “if you want to counsel effectively, so as to help rather than hurt people, you will need three basic things.” Read what those are in Sufficient or Insufficient.
How to Successfully Self-Publish a Kindle E-Book
Michael Hyatt offers quite the thorough step-by-step outline teaching How to Successfully Self-Publish a Kindle E-Book.
Bonus Post # 6:
This one is quite a bit late…I missed it when it was first published on June 13, 2013. Nonetheless, when I found it today, I knew we needed to add it to our Friday 5…6… What do you do next after you accomplish a goal 43-years in the making? Clint Arches considers that in If I Were John MacArthur.
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