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.
Can I Be a Christian If I Am Involved in Secret Sin?
David Powlison in a CCEF “Ask the Counselor” video, addresses a very complex question about habitual sinful behavior and salvation. Hear David’s nuanced response in Can I Be a Christian If I Am Involved in Secret Sin?
An Ephesians Kind of Prayer
Our prayers can be so shallow compared to New Testament prayers. Pastor Kevin DeYoung shares a rich, robust prayer, that he calls An Ephesians Kind of Prayer.
Porn Culture Vs. the Gospel: Two Irreconcilable Messages
Luke Gilkerson at Covenant Eyes offers a compare/contrast between the message of the gospel and the lies of porn culture in Porn Culture Vs. the Gospel: Two Irreconcilable Messages.
Membership Has Privileges…and Responsibilities
Julie Ganschow reminds us of the commercial that states, “Membership has its privileges.” More importantly, Julie reminds us that membership in the Body of Christ has its privileges, and even more importantly, its responsibilities. Read and reflect on her thoughts in Membership Has Privileges.
The Dark Reality of Domestic Abuse
From his newest book, Is It My Fault?, Justin Holcomb shares some visual summaries/charts reflecting the statistics related to domestic abuse. View his summaries at The Dark Reality of Domestic Abuse.
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