Remembering the Attributes of God in Counseling

Sean Gould

Sean Gould

When I was in college, God used a number of means to help me grow as a young Christian. I was thankful to be part of a healthy church that preached God’s Word, I had many relationships with other Christian brothers and sisters that encouraged me forward, and I also came in contact with a good number of solid books which deepened my understanding of God and His ways. Perhaps the most impacting books I read in my early Christian years were books on the attributes of God. Charnock, Tozer, Packer, and Pink were all wise friends who gave me a fuller and more majestic view of God through their writings. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 008 – John Henderson

The BCC

The BCC

On this episode of 15:14 Curtis interviews John Henderson at the Association of Biblical Counselors National Conference. They discuss the content of John’s messages at the ABC Conference as well as the ability for some licensed counselors to still practice biblical counseling. Continue reading

Training Biblical Counselors

Howard Eyrich

Howard Eyrich

How do we effectively train biblical counselors? From the proliferation of graduate programs over the past twenty years or so, it would seem that the answer is obvious—get them into a graduate program. If you can’t do that, get them into one of the numerous online programs. (There are even some good free ones out there today.) But, notice, the question is not how do we educate biblical counselors? The question is how do we train biblical counselors? Continue reading

How Thick Is Your Bible?

Jim Newheiser

Jim Newheiser

It has been my privilege to participate in the training of biblical counselors for the past twenty years. Many students enthusiastically embrace biblical counseling theory in the classroom, but then have trouble when they practice counseling in fictitious role play scenarios and later when they attempt to work with actual counselees under the supervision of an experienced counselor (for example, an ACBC Fellow). Continue reading

Are We There For Them?

Judy Dabler

Judy Dabler

Developing apprentices and journeymen in the field of biblical counseling is not only a great opportunity to advance God’s Kingdom, but a responsibility that older and more experienced counselors have toward the younger generation. Sadly, many experienced and gifted biblical counselors do not embrace the opportunity to bless and be blessed through mentoring their young and eager colleagues. Because the art of biblical counseling cannot be easily taught, but is readily “caught” through mentoring, master counselors are being invited to embrace this important ministry of mentoring. Continue reading

A Practical MABC from Faith Bible Seminary

Rob Green

A Practical MABC from Faith Bible Seminary

You’re reading the fifth in a multi-part BCC Grace & Truth blog series on Biblical Counseling Education and Equipping. These posts are written by leading biblical counseling equippers/educators. In today’s post, Rob Green and Kirk Fatool of Faith Bible Seminary share about A Practical MABC from Faith Bible Seminary. Continue reading

Clearing the Biggest Hurdle in International Biblical Counseling Training

Wayne Vanderwier

Wayne Vanderwier

Clearing the Biggest Hurdle in International Biblical Counseling Training

You’re reading the fourth in a multi-part BCC Grace & Truth blog series on Biblical Counseling Education and Equipping. These posts will be written by leading biblical counseling equippers/educators. In today’s post, Dr. Wayne Vanderwier of Overseas Instruction in Counseling shares about Clearing the Biggest Hurdle in International Biblical Counseling Training. Continue reading

Biblically Accurate Biblical Counseling

Robert Jones

Robert Jones

Biblically Accurate Biblical Counseling

You’re reading the third in a multi-part BCC Grace & Truth blog series on Biblical Counseling Education and Equipping. These posts will be written by leading biblical counseling equippers/educators. In today’s post, Dr. Robert Jones of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares about Biblically-Accurate Biblical Counseling. Continue reading