Happy Thanksgiving from the BCC

Curtis Solomon

Curtis Solomon

This past Sunday, I was reminded that ingratitude should be as uncharacteristic for a Christian as quacking is for a dog. Having a grateful heart is essential to the Christian walk and it is also important to express our thankfulness. With that in mind, I want to share some things I am grateful for this Thanksgiving. Continue reading

A Thanksgiving Prayer

The BCC

The BCC

This Thanksgiving, among all of our other blessings, we are thankful to God for the biblical counseling ministry that he has extended to us and others. It is a comfort to us that every day there are people willing to serve as ambassadors for Christ, faithfully shining the light of the gospel upon darkened hearts and broken lives. And in that spirit, we wanted to share a Puritan prayer from The Valley of Vision that we hope points you to the One who deserves all our thankfulness and praise. Continue reading

Giving Thanks with Contentment

Kevin Carson

Kevin Carson

This week is a time our nation has set aside to recall the reasons we have to be thankful. But this can be so challenging while we live in a fallen world. Kevin Carson offers some counsel for those who might struggle with gratitude. Maybe you need it. Or maybe you’ll be able to use it with some counselees. Continue reading

Thankful in All Things

Joe Keller

Joe Keller

As we reflect upon the goodness in our lives with thanksgiving, let us also, with joy, reflect upon how God gives us good things even in the midst of hard things. Continue reading

“Thanksgiving” –Radical Surgery!

Rick Horne

This short story is not intended to be a model for counseling; nor is it a picture of all that is needed for counsel in the lives of people with such trauma. But it does illustrate how thanksgiving is a powerful tool in God’s arsenal of weapons for our fight against the sin that comes out of us and that comes at us. 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

Taste This!

Keri Seavey

Taste This!

In Psalm 34:8, David speaks as though he were sitting at a Thanksgiving meal when he abounds with praise and proclaims, “Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! “ David is not nonchalantly asking us to know a few things about God; he is begging us to taste the feast of God’s goodness. Tasting requires a genuine experience so that we can authentically assess from the experience, “The Lord is indeed good!” But do we always deem good that which is tasted or experienced? 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

Dealing with Holiday Loneliness

Shannon Kay McCoy

Shannon Kay McCoy

Dealing with Holiday Loneliness

The holidays are special times of the year set aside for human connectedness with family and friends. When there is relational disconnection, however, holiday loneliness emerges. This overwhelming feeling of loneliness can produce self-pity, bitterness, and depression. God has a remedy for the sorrow of loneliness that is found only in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Continue reading