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Temptation and the Way of Escape


We are promised that when temptation comes, God will provide the way escape, and that way is Jesus Christ, the Door of salvation....

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Text Less and Talk More


Married couples are sometimes lessening opportunity for meaningful, face to face communication by texting excessively....

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A Biblical Counselor's Take on the Lord's Supper

The Lord's Supper is an occasion for hope and comfort to those who suffer....

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On Adoption and the Giving of Covenant Signs


God's ordinary means of grace are to us signs of his comfort and rest, sealing to us the certainty of his promises....

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We Have Good News


An end of year story about hope in the midst of hopelessness....

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2017: A Year in Review


Baylight Counseling's Year-End Review Letter and Fund Raiser...

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When Our Neighbor Cries


The Scriptures give us God's wisdom to comfort those struggling with sadness, grief, and despair....

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Standing on the Promises of God


There are various reasons why biblical counselors choose to not integrate their counseling with secular theory and pursue state licensure....

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Baylight Counseling: Hurricane Irma Response


Baylight Counseling's Hurricane Irma Response and Emergency Request....

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Getting to the Heart of the Matter


We're usually convinced that our choices represent the ethical and moral high ground, but the LORD weighs our motives....

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The Grace-Driven Husband


Husbands love their wives well by grace, rather than by law....

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Biblical Counseling: Five Myths to Mortify


Despite significant growth, five myths persist concerning the nature of biblical counseling....

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Grab a Seat and Watch Us Grow!


Baylight Counseling seeks donors for new office furniture as it moves into a new office space at Calvary Church....

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It's a Date Night: What Did You Expect?


What should married couples reasonably expect to accomplish as they introduce regularly scheduled date nights into their relationship....

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The Trouble with Your Checklist


Our hearts are inclined to trust in our own good works, which explains our propensity to trust in a checklist for change, rather than Christ....

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Domestic Abuse: No Quarter in Biblical Counseling

Domestic abuse, in all forms, is a gross departure from the biblical definition of marriage....

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Catechism: For You and Your Children

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Catechizing our children will connect them to their faith, producing joy in their hearts....

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Recovery and Redemption After a Failed Adoption


Hope for recovery and redemption after a failed adoption is available in Christ....

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Biblical Counseling and the Law of Christ


Biblical counseling involves bearing one-another's burdens, which is to fulfill the law of Christ....

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An Exchange Worth Making


Satisfaction and contentment are found in Christ alone....

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What Makes the Biblical Counseling Model Different?


The biblical counseling model is marked by distinctive features unique to the Christian life....

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The Centrality of Hope in Biblical Counseling


Gospel centered hope is key to success in biblical counseling....

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The Chief End of Man is the Beginning of Biblical Counseling


The chief end of man is the beginning of biblical counseling....

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Sin, Slavery, and the Truth About Sanctification


Helping counselees relate to Paul's use of the "slave" metaphor....

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Too Tired to Care


Counselors must monitor the hours they spend at the counseling table, or risk burnout....

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Taking Every Thought Captive


The life of the mind is the well spring for the things we actually choose to do....

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Hope for Change in Union with Christ


A look at the doctrine of union with Christ, and how it influences the process of change in counseling....

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