Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top 5 biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. This week we are linking to posts related to biblical counseling and mental illness. Continue reading
In light of the passing of Matthew Warren, who took his life, and in light of much discussion in the Christian community about suicide and mental illness, we asked one of our BCC Council Board members, Dr. Jeremy Pierre, to share his perspective. As we do, we pray for Rick and Kay Warren as they find Christ’s hope in the midst of their grief. And we pray that Dr. Pierre’s insights would be helpful to the Christian community. Continue reading
They were manipulated, anxious, angry, fearful, suicidal. They tried psychology, hypnosis, self-help, anti-depressants, sleeping pills. But only through biblical counseling did the du Toits find grace, truth, freedom, love, joy, peace…Christ. Interested in biblical counseling? faithlafayette.org/counseling Questions/Comments? [email protected]; [email protected]
This week on Help and Hope, Alasdair Groves and Mike Emlet discuss how to take seriously those statements of counselees that might imply intent to harm themselves. NOTE: This podcast resource originally appeared on CCEF.org and is used with permission.