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Two Essentials of Christlike Care


Jesus cares for addicts…  and corrupt politicians.  Jesus cares for the sick…  and adulterers. Jesus cares for the homeless…  and rich people. The left side of those three sentences would gain approval from most inside and outside the church. The right side might be harder for us to agree to. Jesus cared for all people in a complicated world, one … Read More

June 6, 2024


Helping Teenagers Navigate Life Transitions and Unwanted Change


Written by BCC Counselor Sheri Ho The last two posts from Dr. Tim Allchin have discussed “How the Bible Addresses Trials, Transitions, and Dealing with Unwanted Change”. In this post, we’ll delve deeper into this experience for teenagers so we can better understand and support them biblically. I’ve encountered various first-generation immigrant families. The parents, having recently arrived in the … Read More

May 24, 2024


How the Bible Addresses Trials, Transitions, and Dealing with Unwanted Change (Part 2)


I recently met with a man devastated by the loss of his lucrative job and the career path he so carefully sacrificed for and cultivated. It felt unfair that his rival took the leadership position and laid him off with a minimal severance. Now he’s struggling to concentrate and provide as a day trader, drinking too many days away, completely depressed, and … Read More

May 17, 2024


How the Bible Addresses Trials, Transitions, and Dealing with Unwanted Change (Part 1)


“I didn’t want to move to Illinois. I hate it here, and my dad keeps moving us every time he gets promoted for his stupid job. Sure, we got rich, but I got more lonely. It’s not even worth it to try to make friends anymore. Life was so much better for my family in Tennessee. I find it hard not to hate … Read More

May 9, 2024


Pursuing Your True Identity in Both Singleness and Marriage


Written by BCC Counselor Theron St. John Editor’s Note: As we’ve been discussing premarital counseling, this post reminds us that our primary identity is not found in our relationship status, but in our relationship with God. “Sweet and sanctifying.” This is my typical response to people who ask me how my first year of marriage to Esther has been. Marriage … Read More

April 25, 2024


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