15:14 Ep. 004 – Kyle Johnston

The BCC

The BCC

Curtis Solomon interviews South African biblical counselor Kyle Johnston. Kyle discusses the state of biblical counseling in South Africa including some of the strengths and challenges faced in that nation. Kyle is an Elder overseeing pastoral care at Jubilee Community Church and offers biblical counseling among a network of churches in Cape Town. Kyle also teaches Biblical Counseling at George Whitfield College. Continue reading

Does Biblical Counselling Have a Future in South Africa?

Kyle Johnston

Kyle Johnston

In this post we hear from one of the presenters who is scheduled for the Biblical Counseling Coalition’s Global Summit, June 5-7, 2016. To interact more with Kyle’s insights on the international scope of biblical counseling, please consider joining the conversation at the Summit, either on site in the suburbs of Chicago or online. We hope you can join us! Continue reading

Restoring the Gospel to a Place of Primacy in Pastoral Counselling: Biblical Counselling in South Africa

Kyle Johnston

Kyle Johnston

You’re reading the first of a multipart BCC Grace & Truth blog miniseries on International Biblical Counseling. Sometimes, because it is international, it will even be spelled with two L’s like this: International Biblical Counselling. That’s the case today as we launch this series with a post by Kyle Johnston about Biblical Counselling in South Africa. Continue reading

The Jubilee Pastoral Care Story

Kyle Johnston

Kyle Johnston

The Jubilee Pastoral Care 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 and February, we’re helping you to learn about vital biblical counseling ministries—like today’s post from Kyle Johnston of the Pastoral Care ministry at Jubilee Community Church in Cape Town, South Africa. Continue reading

The Ubiquity of Biblical Counseling

Kyle Johnston

Kyle Johnston

Biblical Counseling occurs with global ubiquity because it has Scripture as its foundation, regarding both its theoretical framework and methodological process. And because Scripture is eternally true, it is transculturally true and therefore its counsel is globally applicable. Biblical Counseling is, and should be, ubiquitous. Continue reading