Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living.
How to Talk about Sin and Grace
C. J. Mahaney has a very insightful post about our need to talk grace whenever we talk about sin. He explains two extremes that often occur when we talk about The Doctrine of Sin.
Kevin Wax is one of the most read Christian bloggers in the world. His Kingdom People keeps readers current from a biblical perspective. He’s also an author who rarely raises the issue of his own book. But in today’s post he outlines 3 Ways People Are Reading Holy Subversion. The book and the post are both worth reading.
Who Is Competent to Counsel?
Rick Thomas at Counseling Solutions addresses the important question of who is able to provide counseling. His answer might surprise you. Read it at Any Christian Can Counsel.
We Are Voice, Not Word
Phil Monroe at Musings of a Christian Psychologist reminds Christian counselors of their calling and of their limitations. Read his challenge at Reminder for Christian Counselors.
Broken Down House
Rob Green reviews Paul Tripp’s book Broken Down House. Learn how Tripp gives hope to the struggling and challenges those who are too satisfied.
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