SPIRITUAL MENTOR -ING: What does a spiritual mentor do? How can a mentor help you? Donna Hart, PhD, encourages you to have a mentor and be a mentor. Often you’ll find a mentor at church. Her article appeared first here at her website and is used with permission. If we were to search for a spiritual…
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
“Mentoring” is a buzzword in our current culture. A quick google search on the words “mentoring teenagers” yields dozens of articles, blogs, organizations, and curricula to mentor teens in both the secular and Christian realms.
Biblical mentoring sets itself apart from many other mentoring strategies because it is not a program or a formalized ministry. Continue reading
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
At the Biblical Counseling Coalition, we love using our “megaphone” to fulfill our BCC mission: to advance the ministry of the biblical counseling movement. Each day this week our megaphone will help you learn more about a vital biblical counseling ministry—like today’s post from Ellen Castillo, Executive Director of Word of Hope Ministries. Continue reading