No Greater Promise: Rooting Our Significance, Security, and Rest in the Covenant Formula, Part 2

Joshua Hayward

Joshua Hayward

Yesterday we discussed how most of our heart cravings can be placed into one (or a combination) of three categories: a craving for significance, security, and/or rest (“SSR” for short). We looked at God’s promise, “I will be your God and you will be my people” and how this promise culminates in the fulfillment of the believer’s longings for SSR. What does it look like to root these longings for SSR in whom God promises to be for us? Let me offer five diagnostic questions that will help us toward that end. Continue reading

The Journey to Restoring Broken Trust, Part One

Brad Hambrick

Brad Hambrick

In this post, Brad Hambrick describes how couples might work toward restoring their marriage in the aftermath of sexual unfaithfulness. He presents a series of steps that can progressively heal the trauma of broken trust. Join Brad as he lays out a map for this challenging journey… Continue reading

Post-Adultery Reconciliation in Marriage

Julie Ganschow

Julie Ganschow

Reconciliation after adultery is difficult, but possible! Because of Jesus, we have the ability to forgive as we have been forgiven. The Word of God is sufficient to instruct both the counselor and counselee on the various heart issues the couple will encounter in the reconciliation process. Continue reading

Scared to Death!

Sherry Allchin

Sherry Allchin

You’re reading the fourth of a several-part Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Biblical Counseling and Anxiety. In today’s post, Sherry Allchin discusses fear and faith in Scared to Death! Continue reading

For the Fearful and Anxious

Ed Welch (CCEF)

Ed Welch (CCEF)

You’re reading the third of a several-part Grace & Truth blog mini-series on Biblical Counseling and Anxiety. In today’s post, For the Fearful and Anxious, Dr. Ed Welch takes us to two passages that remind us that God is always with us. Continue reading

Humility and Anxiety

Dave Dunham

Dave Dunham

The Bible’s solution to anxiety can seem a bit strange. The Bible impresses upon anxious souls the importance of humility. In writing to Christians undergoing severe persecution the apostle Peter guides them to a place of confidence and rest outside of themselves. We see this in 1 Peter 5:6-7. Humility is the key to overcoming fear, worry, and anxiety. 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

The Gospel of the Prince of Peace

Pat Quinn

Pat Quinn

2014 Anxiety Series--The Gospel of the Prince of Peace

While there are several Bible passages that could help us deal with anxiety, Hebrews 2: 10-18 leads us directly to Jesus, the Prince of Peace (Isaiah 6: 6), for help. Here are six truths that can impart security and peace to us and our counselees. Continue reading