On the cross, and throughout his life, Jesus overcame death and paid the price for our sin that we might live forever with him in eternity....Keep Reading
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Decreasing affection and emotional responsiveness, rather than conflict itself, tend toward a failing marriage....
A biblical counselor's interaction with Chapter One of Sue Johnson's book, "Hold Me Tight."...
Part one of a multi-part series that focuses on the book "Hold Me Tight" by Dr. Sue Johnson....
Charles Spurgeon encourages us to measure our redemption against the backdrop of the severity of God's justice.vvv...Keep Reading
Our hearts are prone to preach a false gospel of unending guilt and shame in the face of our sin, but Christ offers a better and eternal reward of mercy, grace, and forgiveness....Keep Reading
What makes biblical counseling unique among other counseling models?...Keep Reading
A survey of prior commitments at the point of conflict and counseling may reveal attitudes of the heart that are at odds with Scripture, and detrimental to progress and healing....Keep Reading
Our hope for biblical change is inextricably connected to our union with Christ....Keep Reading
17th Century Puritan, Stephen Charnock, writes concerning our assurance of salvation, a common conflict in biblical counseling....Keep Reading
Christians must know the misery of their sin in order to properly know the gift of God's grace....Keep Reading
David Murray writes about depression and the body/soul connection....Keep Reading