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.
Hope in the Midst of Deep Grief
Two days ago we learned of the tragic kidnapping and murder of ten-year-old Hailey Owens. Please pray for the family. Pastor Kevin Carson, who ministers near the area where this tragedy occurred, has crafted a compassionate, hope-giving post. You can read his thoughts at Reflections on the Murder of Hailey Owens.
Can I Be a Biblical Counselor without Being Part of the Biblical Counseling Movement?
Bob Kellemen, at his RPM Ministries site, has been engaging in some important conversations with David Murray. In a recent post, Bob shared his answer to a question that David raised: Can I Be a Biblical Counselor without Being Part of the Biblical Counseling Movement?
Your Children Were Made for the Mountains
Pastor J.D. Greear engages our modern view of parenting and reminds us that “God gives us our kids so that we can prepare them for his mission.” Read his challenging thoughts in Your Children Were Made for the Mountains.
Why We Can Never Give Up on the Church
Randy Alcorn engages recent discussions on the blogosphere about the importance of the church. Read his thoughts in Why I Believe We Shouldn’t Give Up on the Local Church.
Putting Yourself in the Path of God’s Grace
What do evangelicals mean by “means of grace” and “spiritual disciplines”? At the Desire God site, David Mathis engages John Piper’s teaching on this in Putting Yourself in the Path of God’s Grace.
Psalm-Singing in the Church
At Pastor Brian Croft’s Practical Shepherding site, his fellow pastor, Jason Adkins, writes about How a Pastor Introduces Psalm-Singing in the Church.
Join the Conversation
Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?