The top 5 books on a theology of biblical counseling introduces readers to the theological concepts that root the discipline in Scripture and real life.
On weekends, we often like to highlight upcoming biblical counseling conferences. This weekend we are using our BCC “megaphone” to make you aware of the October 16-17, 2015 Columbus, Ohio Biblical Counseling Conference 2015 The conference is being hosted by Fellowship Baptist Church of Dublin, Ohio. Dr. Bob Kellemen and Pastor Jim Stevanus are the keynote speakers. Continue reading
We learn to become competent biblical counselors by giving and receiving biblical counseling in the context of real and raw Christian community. Continue reading
What does gospel-centered counseling look like? It will take me two books—Gospel-Centered Counseling and Gospel Conversations—to answer that question. But here’s a one-sentence summary: Gospel-centered counseling promotes personal change centered on the Person of Christ through the personal ministry of the Word. Continue reading
People trapped in a troubled marriage need more than calls for personal change, advice to manage the situation, or challenges to stay faithful. They need to know that there is freedom that makes a profound difference because Christ has purchased it for them. Continue reading
On weekends, we often like to use our BCC “megaphone” to make you aware of new resources in the biblical counseling world. This weekend, Dr. Bob Kellemen, author of Gospel-Centered Counseling introduces you to a new, complimentary Gospel-Centered Counseling Discussion Guide Continue reading
It’s that time of year. Each year, near the end of the calendar year, we collate for you, with direct links, the most visited BCC book reviews, book lists, book author interviews, and book videos of the year. So, today, enjoy direct links to the 14 most read BCC book reviews in 2014. Continue reading