This week's episode of 15:14 continues our look back to interviews from the 2016 Biblical Counseling Coalition Global Summit. This week we will hear several biblical counseling leaders share why they are excited about the BCC and how they have been blessed by the BCC both personally and in ministry.
In this episode of 15:14 various biblical counseling leaders from around the world answer the question, "What excites you most about biblical counseling?" These interviews were conducted in June of 2016 at the first ever Biblical Counseling Coalition Global Summit.
Curtis is joined by Elizabeth Fitzgerald who shares her experience as a single parent. Elizabeth explains how God has helped her over the years through Scripture and fellow believers as she walked the road of raising children after the passing of her husband.
Merry Christmas from the Biblical Counseling Coalition. We hope this episode of 15:14 inspires you to express gratitude to your loved ones and your Savior for the many blessings poured out on you this holiday season. Enjoy this collection of "Two-Minute Favorites" from Steve Midgley, Michael Liester, Kyle Johnston, Kim Kira, Kike Torres, Julie Ganschow, John Marc Wiemann, John Henderson, Eric Pace and Ed Welch.
This episode of 15:14 is inspired by the theme of this year's BCC Annual Leadership Summit, "Biblical Counseling & Disability Ministry." Joel and Rachel Golden adopted two boys who both have Down Syndrome. This interview takes place in their home and provides a small window into the struggles and blessings that come with being a family with special needs. As the Biblical Counseling Coalition Council Board gathers we will be discussing how biblical counselors can help address the spiritual struggles faced by people with disabilities, as well as their family and care givers. Joni Earekson Tada and a team from Joni & Friends will join us at the Summit to help us think through this important topic.
In honor of Thanksgiving we put together this collection of our "Two-Minute Favorites" from previous episodes of 15:14. We hope it inspires you to share some of your favorites with your family and friends, giving thanks to our Heavenly Father for His abundant blessings.
Ed Welch (Ph.D.) joins Curtis to discuss his newest book, A Small Book about a Big Problem. Dr. Welch brings years of wisdom gleaned from counseling many who struggle with sinful anger to this very accessible book. It is written for all people, whether they think they have a problem with anger or not, and it is written in short bites intended to be chewed on throughout the day for 50 days.