15:14 Ep. 012 – Dr. and Mrs. Jones



Should all couples counsel together? Should you ever counsel with someone of the opposite gender who isn’t your spouse? Should you bring a woman co-counselor with you to counsel a man who is getting marriage counseling? These are a few questions tackled by Dr. and Mrs. Jones as they discuss the challenges and benefits of counseling together as a couple. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 005 – Julie Ganschow



Julie Ganschow, founder and Director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center and Biblical Counseling for Women, shares about women in biblical counseling and offers insights into handling emotional abuse in counseling. Continue reading

Sexual Lust and Women

Sexual lust isn’t a guy’s problem only. In this frank article by Kelly Needham, she shares encouragement on how to handle this sin that embarrasses women. It begins with opening up and confessing sin. This article appeared first here at Revive Our Hearts and is used with permission. Lust, sexual fantasies, pornography, masturbation–these were all things…

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Friday’s 5 to Live By



Friday's Five To Live By 2012

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

I Weep For Miley

Trevin Wax

Miley Cyrus - I Weep For Miley

Picking up a sub sandwich today, I saw a news report on CNN about Miley Cyrus’ performance at last night’s VMA’s. I was shocked, then sickened, then saddened. For the rest of the day, I wondered: What kind of people are we? Continue reading

Stop and Smell the Roses

Hayley Satrom

Hayley Satrom

This post uses Paul’s example in Philippians 4 and a Christian saint’s example of contentment to offer guidance on how to pursue a more contented posture when we feel discontent. The post is directed toward women in particular. Continue reading

Fearful Women or Women of Faith?

Jill Wamsley

A prevailing emotion I encounter in the women I counsel is fear. Unfortunately, sinful fear can create a prison within the mind, but the truth is you do not have to be ruled by sinful fear. I just finished teaching a Bible study, Fear Factor, with a group of women and I want to share what I have learned in an effort to assist you in helping women overcome sinful fear with godly fear. Continue reading