A Personal Testimony and Counseling Implications

Pat Quinn

Pat Quinn

Psalm 40: 1-3 models how David shares his testimony with the result that “Many will see and fear, and put their trust in the LORD” (Psalm 40:3). Our personal stories can be a helpful part of relating to counselees and showing what change looks like in real life if they are accurate, brief, and Christ-centered. Continue reading

Resources for Coping or Freedom from Slavery? Part Two

Pat Quinn

Pat Quinn

Biblical counseling does not offer religious resources for coping with the problems of life. Rather, it offers a deep, decisive, and progressive freedom from the counterfeits of legalism (law-keeping) and license (law-breaking). We experience this freedom in Christ as we “crucify the flesh,” “keep in step with the Spirit” and “through love serve one another.” Continue reading

The Gospel for Everyday Life: The RPM Ministry Story

Bob Kellemen

Bob Kellemen

The Gospel for Everyday Life--The RPM Ministry Story

At the Biblical Counseling Coalition, we love using our “megaphone” to fulfill our BCC mission: to advance the ministry of the biblical counseling movement. Throughout January, we’re helping you to learn about vital biblical counseling ministries—like today’s post from Dr. Bob Kellemen of RPM Ministries. Continue reading

Slaying the Shame of Sexual Abuse

Garrett Higbee

Garrett Higbee

I just finished speaking at the Faith Biblical Counseling Training Conference in Indiana on the topic of sexual abuse—and the shame associated with it. Shame is such a pervasive part of any kind of abuse or any sin. I’ve been … Continue reading