Getting Lost in the Details

Eliza Jane Huie

Eliza Jane Huie

The details of situations can seem vitally important. But could it be that the really important things come in the brief moments of vulnerably that are shared in the dialog of a counseling session. Those brief moments are often easily lost. This post explores how to better navigate the details in order to not to miss moments of deep connection. Continue reading

“Confessions” of a Poor Listener

Jeff Forrey

Jeff Forrey

Today’s post is a “tongue in cheek” look at a very common problem we all have to pay attention to. We hope that you can not only snicker as you read but also be challenged to develop a key skill for relationship-building and counseling. 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

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

Friday’s 5 to Live By

The BCC

The BCC

Friday's Five To Live By 2012

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

Why Small Group Leaders Need To Be “OCD”

Garrett Higbee

Garrett Higbee

Small Group Ministry Series - Why Small Group Leaders Need To Be “OCD”

So when we say “OCD,” it’s just a play on words. It is not about struggling with obsessive thoughts or compulsive behavior. Our use of “OCD” here is different; it is an acronym for three words that describe a shepherd, “observant, clarifying and discerning.” Proverbs 27:23 states that we should know our flocks well. A good small group leader who is a first responder in soul care is: a careful observer, he or she seeks clarity, and practices spiritual discernment. All three qualities make up godly assessment which helps us to avoid presumption and develop the best way to care for our people. Continue reading