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.
Is Mental Illness Actually Biblical?
The need is great. The discussion and debate seems almost endless. How can we compassionately and comprehensively respond to issues related to mental illness and the church? Dr. Bob Kellemen continues his frequent engagement regarding this topic in Is Mental Illness Actually Biblical?
The Church and Homosexuality: 10 Commitments
At Crossway’s blog site, they’ve adapted material from Kevin DeYoung’s new book, What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality, into the post: The Church and Homosexuality: 10 Commitments.
19 Favorite Posts on the Church and Counseling
Brad Hambrick is a prolific provider of biblical counseling resources and his site is a wonderful hub for resources on biblical counseling. He is categorizing his resources with a “Favorite Posts” series. Today, the BCC highlights Brad’s Favorite Posts on the Church and Counseling.
Anne Dryburgh is a guest blogger for Julie Ganschow’s Biblical Counseling for Women site. In this post she highlights a Genesis 50:20 mindset on life’s difficulties, and appropriately entitles her blog 50/20 Vision.
How Does a Busy Pastor Plan His Daily Schedule?
Pastor Brian Croft’s site, Practical Shepherding, provides a wonderful source of practical, biblical insight for local church ministry. Today’s highlighted post is no exception as Pastor Brian addresses the relevant question, “How Does a Busy Pastor Plan His Daily Schedule?”
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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?