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Relational Health Series: Biblical Principles to Improve Your Relationships


Developing healthy relationships is hard, and it requires both wisdom and sacrifices over time.  It can be tempting to think that our relational health is largely out of our control.  However, biblical principles give us hope that a better future can be found.

In this series' articles, BCC counselors will walk you through how to navigate all kinds of relationships more successfully.

All articles from the series:


Relationship Transforming Choices (Part 1)

On any given week, BCC Counselors meet with people who are seeking help with relational dynamics. Truth be told, most of us have had some experience with each of these struggles to some extent, but it can be hard to know how to turn...

By Dr. Tim Allchin
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Relationship Transforming Choices (Part 2)

When we feel like someone has hurt us or made life harder for us in some way, it's really hard to show grace or exhibit patience in how we treat them. However, choosing grace and patience will impact our own heart for the better and...

By Dr. Tim Allchin
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Being More In Tune with Others

Written by BCC Counselor, Jerrod Tillotson. When things are tense, it can feel impossible to move closer to one another in our relationships. However, the little moments and choices we make can impact the warmth of your relationship....

By BCC Staff
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Searching for Marital Peace in a World of Conflict

Written by BCC Counselor, Jack Lezza. Our world is full of conflict, and so are many of our relationships and marriages. We can't avoid conflict completely, but we can keep from being trapped by it. Jesus provides a better way when He...

By BCC Staff
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Build Up or Tear Down

None of us look forward to the experience of criticism. Criticism can tear us down, and over time it can cause us to think we are unlikeable failures. Feedback is received well when someone says they think we are doing good in one area...

By Dr. Donna Hart
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Relational Health in Long-term Marriages

“How do you keep your love for one another alive and beautiful for fifty years?” Because we just celebrated our 50th Anniversary this past May, we are asked this question often! We have never regretted our decision to marry, have never...

By Dr. Ron Allchin
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