Food for Thought?

Steve Midgley

Steve Midgley

I’ve been listening to the still small voice recently. Or to put it another way, I’ve been preaching from 1 Kings 19. It’s striking just how little agreement there is about what happened up on the mountain. What was that still small voice? A whisper? A silence? In offering a paraphrase, one writer suggests that what Elijah heard was ‘the sound of a deafening silence.’ Continue reading

BC in the UK

Steve Midgley

Steve Midgley

As we continue to count down the days—yes, days—before the Biblical Counseling Coalition’s Global Summit (June 5-7, 2016), we once again want to take some time to hear about the impact of biblical counseling (BC) elsewhere in the world. This post takes us across the Atlantic to the United Kingdom (UK). Steve Midgley offers his observations of the kind of reception and impact BC is starting to have in the UK. Continue reading

What Is It About Parents and Anger?

Steve Midgley

Steve Midgley

You’re reading Part Two of a three-part BCC Grace & Truth blog miniseries on Biblical Counseling and Anger. In today’s post, Steve Midgley addresses the question, What Is It About Parents and Anger? Continue reading

5 Concerns and Responses about Biblical Counselling in the UK

Steve Midgley

Steve Midgley

You’re reading the second of a multipart BCC Grace and Truth blog miniseries on International Biblical Counseling. Sometimes, because it is international, it will even be spelled with two L’s like this: International Biblical Counselling. That’s the case today as Steve Midgley updates us on 5 Concerns and Responses about Biblical Counselling in the UK. Continue reading

3 Questions for Biblical Counselling

Steve Midgley

Steve Midgley

3 Questions for Biblical Counselling

Most of us are suspicious of new things. Rightly so. If we’ve managed fine without this new-fangled idea for years, why would we need it now? In the UK, biblical counselling is new and I hear a fair bit of suspicion. This can be helpful. It’s good to question. It enables us to work out if we need this new thing or not. Here are three questions I’ve heard recently… Continue reading