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Is suicide a brain issue or a heart issue?


What I am writing about might be hard for some to read.  Suicide is never an easy topic, especially if someone close to you has died by suicide.  However, I am convinced that we need more and better conversations about suicide prevention, not less.  This requires us all, and especially those of Christian faith, to think critically about the ways … Read More

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September 13, 2019


Fall Training with BCC


Biblical Counseling Center is committed to counseling and equipping the church to more effectively care for the hurting. We believe everyone should be equipped to apply God’s truth to life struggles, so we all can share the hope found in Christ. As we look forward to a busy fall of training, we are excited about the opportunities that God is … Read More

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September 7, 2019


A better approach than asking, “What is wrong with me?”


“What is wrong with me?”  It’s one of the questions you hear over and over in a counseling office.  Truth be told, it’s a question that loops in almost everyone’s head during difficult seasons in our lives. Perhaps you have experienced one of these thoughts even in the last 24 hours.  You would not be alone. My husband seems to … Read More

August 27, 2019


3 Reasons to join our ACBC Certification Prep Class


Since the beginning of Biblical Counseling Center in 1989, we have intentionally focused on training, not just counseling. Our goals are both to counsel effectively and to equip others consistent with the Word so that our training impacts the health of churches around us and around the world. As a training center, we have experienced a fruitful partnership with ACBC, … Read More

August 23, 2019


Enslaved by Memories


The memories of past trials and trauma can live in our hearts and minds like a second person inside waiting to reach out at any time to corrode the day. The common memory of the present day restores us to normal and offers a detached framework from the memory of trauma and trials.  To live in the present is to block … Read More

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August 20, 2019


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