A couple of years ago, my second son was learning to ride his bike without training wheels. As with many children, he was quite anxious about the prospect of losing his balance and crashing. With each new try, I would hold the back of his bike seat until he got going fast enough […]
Mark and Sally are like many married couples: they go to church, are involved in their community and try to be good parents to their children. They also argue a lot. As their verbal fights have progressively increased over the years of their marriage, they’ve begun to grow discouraged and complacent. As Christians, they […]
Note: This post is the second post in a two-part series on Religious OCD. You can read part 1 here. Review of Religious OCD Post 1 In a previous post, I labeled Scrupulosity or Religious OCD as being characterized by obsessions related to issues that are specifically moral or spiritual in nature. In contrast to […]
This post is a book review of Counseling the Hard Cases: True Stories Illustrating the Sufficiency of God’s Resources in Scripture, edited by Stuart Scott and Heath Lambert; B&H, 2015 (paper); 366 pp. $24.99 I’ve been pastoring for over two decades. I have a deep appreciation for my seminary training and the churches in which I was raised, […]
This is Session 2 of Track 1 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church.
This is Session 1 of Track 1 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church.
This is Session 6 of Track 1 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church.
This is Session 7 of Track 1 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church.
This is Session 8 of Track 1 of BCDC 2016 at Calvary Bible Church.