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2016 Counseling Book of the Year

The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors has chosen the 2016 biblical counseling book of the year. The winner was selected by a vote of our certified counselors. Winner:  A Theology of Biblical Counseling: The Doctrinal Foundations of Counseling Ministry Since the beginning of the biblical counseling movement in 1970, biblical counselors have argued...

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Top 5 Episodes in 2016

  The ACBC Truth in Love Podcast had over 150,000 listens in 2016. Here is a list of the most played episodes this year: 1) The Bible And Alcoholics Anonymous (feat. Mark Shaw) 2) Breaking Through to the Heart of a Prideful Person     3) Talking To Couples Who Are Living Together (feat. Kevin Carson)     4) Cultivating Love In Your Marriage (feat....

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Restoration After Abuse (A Transcript)

Heath: Domestic violence is a really, really serious topic for us to address. It is such a serious topic because the pain is so profound and because the experience of the difficulty is so wide-ranging. There are statistics that report that anywhere from 25-33% of women will be victimized physically...

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Weekly Resource- Ministry to Suffering People After a Miscarriage

Rebekah Hannah gave this breakout session during the 2015 ACBC Annual Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. In this session, Rebekah encourages counselors to give their counselees true hope in Christ in the midst of suffering a miscarriage. She encourages women who have experienced a miscarriage to look to how Jesus grieved...

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The Urgent Need for Parental Authority

This column, written by Dr. Heath Lambert, originally appeared in the print edition of the Florida Baptist Witness. Two different reports from two different news agencies seem like they are about two different realities, but are actually tied together in fascinating ways. The first is an article from the New York Times...

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An ACBC Christmas Gift

    Dear Friends,   The world is desperate for the hope we have in Jesus Christ through His sufficient Scripture. The Church is hungry for biblical, practical, and relevant resources to help people change. There is an untold need for more men and women to receive training, equipping, and certification to help people with the problems...

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