Friday’s 5 to Live By

September 11, 2015

Friday's 5 To Live By

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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.

An Update from David Powlison

Anyone familiar with the modern biblical counseling movement knows that one of the leaders of that movement for decades has been David Powlison, now the Executive Director of CCEF. In this post, Dr. Powlison provides A Ministry and Life Update.

Whatever Became of Sin

Jeremy Lelek, President of the Association of Biblical Counselors, writes,

“The inhumanity of Planned Parenthood’s marketing and selling of baby brains, livers, and limbs, the psychopathic murder of two reporters in Roanoke, VA, by a man so disturbed that he chronicled the entire tragedy via his own cell phone camera, and the unprecedented celebration of gender confusion and sexual reassignment all beg the question, ‘Whatever became of sin?’”

You can read his answer as it relates to secular psychology and to biblical counseling in Whatver Became of Sin?

Author Interview on Gospel Conversations

Dr. Bob Kellemen, the founding Executive Director of the BCC, and currently the BCC’s Resource Director, has authored thirteen books. Zondervan has just released his newest book, Gospel Conversations: How to Care Like Christ. At Bob’s RPM Ministries site, he has posted an Author Interview on Gospel Conversations.

3 Ways to Prepare for a Funeral

Pastor Brian Croft shares his practical shepherding insights on 3 Ways for a Pastor to Prepare His Heart Before Conducting a Funeral.

The Gospel of Insufficiency

With empathy for women who do not receive godly, compassionate, wise biblical counseling, Julie Ganschow explains and describes the marks of The Gospel of Insufficiency.

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?