Maddening Injustice

Anne Dryburgh

Anne Dryburgh

Injustice is maddening. By this, I mean we usually become intensely angry when we are confronted by it and the suffering experienced by the victims.

This past week I have had numerous conversations with people who were struggling to deal with their angry hearts in the face of injustice. Continue reading

Restoring Peace in the Christian Home

Jeff Forrey

Jeff Forrey

Two couples in very different stages of life. And yet both of them had one thing in common: Their homes were being ripped apart by conflict. My challenge, as their counselor, was to figure out ways to help each of them restore peace in their homes. Here are a couple of tools I’ve used to help couples like them. 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

Friday’s 5 to Live By

The BCC

The BCC

Friday's 5 To Live By

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. Continue reading

Helping Others Cool Down

Andrew Rogers

Helping Others Cool Down

Dealing with anger in your own life is challenging. But, what about dealing with other people’s anger? What counsel do we glean from God’s Word on how to respond in heated moments? Continue reading

Is there Hope for Dealing with Anger?

Dwayne Bond

Dwayne Bond

Is the father that can’t control his temper with his teenage son hopelessly paralyzed in the quicksand of his own emotional immaturity? Can the woman whose father left her and her mother at the age of six have non-explosive interactions with men when she’s disappointed? Is there a future for the angry man who can’t seem to maintain a steady job because of his quick temper? The answer is yes. Continue reading