The Blessing of Serving in Multiethnic Ministry

Nicolas Ellen

In this post Nicolas Ellen reminds us to make discipleship—rather than race or ethnicity—the focus of our private ministries of the Word. This is important as our world becomes “smaller” through increased travel and broader Internet-based communications. There are, of course, differences in cultures that we must keep in mind as we share the Scriptures with other people. Wise ministry requires that we figure out how to present the transcultural message of the gospel in an understandable way, and this is where understanding differences in cultures is important. To that end, we encourage you to consider registering for the upcoming Global Summit in June. Visit the website at http://bccglobalsummit.org. Continue reading

Tell Your Story and Partner with Us Today!

Garrett Higbee

Garrett Higbee

As we approach Thanksgiving, I am truly thankful for the way the BCC represents the Lord’s heart for unity, for its encouragement of leaders, and for its role as a megaphone to promote those who make up the best that biblical counseling has to offer. Please pray for us and consider how you can partner financially with us. Continue reading

8 Top Reasons to Become a BCC Partner

The BCC

The BCC

BCC Partner Program

The BCC has just launched the BCC Partner Program. It is a significant new way that you can partner with the BCC in accomplishing our mission of multiplying the ministry of the biblical counseling movement. Our BCC Partner Program 8 Top Reasons serves as a great way to introduce you to this new opportunity. Continue reading

Partner with the BCC: Our New BCC Partner Program Q&A

The BCC

The BCC

BCC Partner Program

The BCC has just launched the BCC Partner Program. It is a significant new way that you can partner with the BCC in accomplishing our mission of multiplying the ministry of the biblical counseling movement. Our BCC Partner Program Q & A serves as a great way to introduce you to this new opportunity. Continue reading

Partner with the BCC

Bob Kellemen

Bob Kellemen

As we enter the New Year, if you have been encouraged by our resources, I would like to ask you to consider giving to the Biblical Counseling Coalition. We are recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization. Together we can promote personal change centered on the Person of Christ through the personal ministry of the Word. Continue reading