Distinguishing Between Guilt and Guilt

Robert Jones

Robert Jones

Skilled cardiologists make sharp distinctions in diagnosing a possible wide spectrum of heart problems. Skilled counselors as soul physicians must do the same. Let’s consider three biblical distinctions concerning guilt. Continue reading

Am I Really Forgiven?

The following is an excerpt from the soon to be published book In the Aftermath by Bev Moore & Pam Gannon. Jill thought for a long time about God’s forgiveness. She had spent so many years dealing with feelings of condemnation and guilt.  After learning about God’s forgiveness through Christ she was thinking this is… Read More» Continue reading

Whining or Biblical Burden Sharing?

Brad Hambrick

Brad Hambrick

Whining or Biblical Burden Sharing

The Bible does not expect change to occur in isolation or privately. Actually, the Bible seems to assume that the more private we keep our struggles (both sin and suffering) the more intense our struggles will become. Therefore, let us “whine” like the Bible models—by biblical burden sharing. Continue reading

Helping Women Who Have Had Abortions

The BCC

The BCC

Identifying and understanding the post-abortive woman and then leading her though the steps of confession, forgiveness, and real freedom that only Christ can offer. Resources Mentioned Living in His Forgiveness workbook by Sandy Day Healing After An Abortion: God's Mercy if … Continue reading

Rape, Sexual Assault, and Consent

Justin Holcomb

With the prevalence of sexual violence, it is important to have a clear definition of sexual assault and consent. Many victims are not sure if what happened to them was assault, and the shame and pressure to remain silent lead to a recurring cycle of traumatization. Continue reading

Debt Is A Lot Like Porn

Brad Hambrick

Brad Hambrick

In this post, I will look at six parallels between debt and pornography. As you read through these reflections, there are several ways I would want to frame your thoughts. Continue reading