3 Resources for Experiencing God’s Healing Hope: A Trilogy on Grieving with Hope

  God’s Word is the most realistic writings ever. “In this world you will have trouble” Jesus shared in John 16:33. Paul, acknowledging the loss of loved ones, says to believers, “Grieve” in 1 Thessalonians 4:13. The Psalms have more psalms of lament than psalms of praise. God’s Word is the most hopeful writings ever. […]

BCC Classic: Five Indicators of a Healthy and Transforming Soul Care Ministry

Editor’s Note: The Biblical Counseling Coalition exists to build unity in the biblical counseling movement. We desire to build bridges and connections between biblical counseling leaders and organizations worldwide. With your help, we will build new bridges and strengthen existing ones, which is the focus of our Building Bridges Campaign. From now through the end […]

Modern Problems: Caring for Souls in the 21st Century

Editor’s Note: The Christian Counseling and Education Foundation (CCEF) is hosting their 2021 National Conference October 8th through 10th in-person in Greensboro, NC, and virtually for those who would like to attend from the comfort of their own home. Learn more about the conference below, and be sure to visit the conference page here. Why […]

15:14 Ep. 208 – Dr. Bob Kellemen: the History of the BCC (Rebroadcast)

Dr. Bob Kellemen was the founding Executive Director of the Biblical Counseling Coalition. He joins us to reflect on the founding of the organization and how it has developed over the past decade. Dr. Kellemen still wears a number of ministry hats and produces volumes of material to bless the Church. You can find out […]

When God’s Wisdom Does Not Make Sense

Editor’s Note: This week’s mini-series on the Grace and Truth Blog addresses the topic of counseling individuals who are questioning God. In our final article, Alexandre Sacha Mendes discusses when God’s wisdom does not make sense. In other contributions to the series, Gary Hallquist shares how to respond when our life experience seems to prove […]

Does God Love Me? How to Help When God Seems To Turn Away, Part Two

Editor’s Note: This week’s mini-series on the Grace and Truth Blog addresses the topic of counseling individuals who are questioning God. In part two of our second article, Sue Nicewander Delaney considers the question of “Does God love me?” In other contributions to the series, Gary Hallquist shares how to respond when our life experience […]

Does God Love Me? Understanding Doubt When God Seems to Turn Away, Part One

Editor’s Note: This week’s mini-series on the Grace and Truth Blog addresses the topic of counseling individuals who are questioning God. In part one of our second article, Sue Nicewander Delaney considers the question of “Does God love me?” In other contributions to the series, Gary Hallquist shares how to respond when our life experience […]

Facing the Inevitable Unanswerable Questions

Editor’s Note: This week’s mini-series on the Grace and Truth Blog addresses the topic of counseling individuals who are questioning God. In our first article, Gary Hallquist shares how to respond when our life experience seems to prove the opposite of the claims of Scripture. In other contributions to the series, Sue Nicewander Delaney considers […]

15:14 Ep. 207 – Dr. Joe Miller

Dr. Joe Miller is a BCC Council Member and serves as Counseling Pastor at Canyon Hills Community Church in Bothell, Washington. He is a certified member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. Joe received a BS from the University of California Los Angeles, an MDiv from The Master’s Seminary, and a DMin in Biblical […]