Rebellious Child? Help and Hope for Parents

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A rebellious child is opposed to authority — yours! And his defiance hurts, doesn’t it? It causes you to question your effectiveness as a loving, godly parent. You may wonder if God has given you more than you can handle. In this practical article which first appeared here, BCC counselor Lucy Ann Moll encourages moms and dads to persevere.  In the … Read More

Sherry Allchin on Biblical Counseling

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Biblical Counselor Sherry Allchin, MABC, shares her story with Ellen Castillo, a Biblical Counselor and the Director of Word of Hope Ministries, Inc., on behalf of Biblical Counseling for Women. As the biblical counseling movement expands, so do the opportunities for women to serve in a variety of ways as Biblical Counselors. Sherry Allchin is one of the women chosen for … Read More

Rebuilding Trust After a Deep Hurt

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Rebuilding trust takes time when someone–husband or wife, or a close friend–has deeply hurt you. Do you fear forgiving the one who hurt you? This post by Donna Hart, PhD, a staff counselor at Biblical Counselor, appeared first here at her website and is used with permission. When we forgive a person who has sinned against us it means that … Read More

Bible Versus Psychological Theory

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The Bible is God’s written Word–without error and able to transform people. Psychology proposes man-made theories to handle life’s problems. In this provocative article, Julie Ganschow spells out some of the differences and concludes that many people diagnosed with a mental disorder are soul sick, not brain sick. Julie is the director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center. Her article appeared … Read More

Stuck? Responding to Emotional Inflexibilty

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Is your counselee stuck in a rut? Do patterns of thinking and doing seem impossible to alter? In this article by Joshua Waulk, director of Baylight Counseling, you’ll discover how to help people achieve true and lasting biblcial change. The article appeard first here and is used with permission.   By the time couples, individuals, and parents make their way to … Read More

Mess-Ups: The Best Way to See Yours!

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Mess-ups! Would you like to see yours in a new way? A better way? This article by Lucy Ann Moll, a board-certified biblical counselor on staff at Biblical Counseling Center, appeared first here on her website. It is used with permission.  Mess-ups are mistakes. They also are growth opportunities. God can turn your mess-ups into masterpieces when you choose to see them in … Read More

5 Reasons for a Biblical Counseling Ministry

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A biblical counseling ministry in your church? Yes! Joshua Waulk, director of Baylight Counseling, list 5 reasons for church-based biblical counseling ministry. Biblical Counseling Center offers LAUNCH, a one-year plan to get an effective counseling center up and running at your church. This article appeared first here on Baylight Counseling’s website. Here are five reasons why every local church ought … Read More