Are you single and worried about marrying the wrong person? Or do you fear that if you were to get married, it would only end in divorce? Ernie Baker has written a hope-filled book to calm your worries and fears called Marry Wisely, Marry Well: A Blueprint for Personal Preparation. If marriage is a future possibility, regardless of your current relationship status, this book provides biblical wisdom for how to marry wisely and marry well. Continue reading
It is heartbreaking to see dear Christian women suffer in emotionally abusive marriages. This book suggests a biblical approach for helping them. All proceeds are for supporting Belgian gospel workers. The book is now available
When you support people with disabilities, do you ever wonder about the relationship of the soul to the disability. In this blog article for the Biblical Counseling Coalition, Lilly Park explores this with us
Whether associated with painful disability or pleasurable delight, we want our experiences as bodily creatures to be understood through the lens of Scripture. If we are not guided carefully by Scripture it’s very easy to gravitate toward a distorted theology of the body that either exalts or demeans the body’s importance. This can lead to potential distortions in ministry to those struggling with disability. Continue reading :
Criticism is painful. How do you process it without turning bitter? Even better, how do you think about criticism in a positive way? Ernie Baker shares the insights he has learned through his years of pastoral ministry.
Every day of our lives we are surrounded by anger. From impatient drivers, to impatient people in a line, to conflict in personal relationships, anger is everywhere. In the counselling work that I do, I see the damage that anger does in the lives of countless people. Thankfully, many excellent books have been written about this subject that have been of invaluable help in counseling. A Small Book About a Big Problem by Ed. Welch is such a book. Yet it is different to any other that I have read. It contains fifty meditations about anger with the purpose of helping the reader gain a heart of wisdom. Being written as meditations means that the reader can mull over the teaching on the subject and let it penetrate into his or her life. Welch defines anger as judging others as guilty and being easy on self, and argues that we need to judge self and run to wisdom while being a humble servant of Jesus and others. As I read the book, I could see four broad areas that were covere
Joni Eareckson Tada joined the recent annual summit meeting of the Biblical Counseling Coalition . Curtis Solomon reflects here on the summit, Joni's life, her legacy, and what it means for us to leave a legacy.