Posts made in August, 2012

Blogs of the Week — Week of August 31, 2012

Posted by on Aug 31, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Each week Bridgehaven wants to connect you with excellent resources to enrich your personal walk with God, personal ministry effectiveness, and provide tools for churches to more effectively care for one another. Here are the resources we are highlighting this week. Confronting an Abuser Justin and Lindsey Holcomb answer five common questions regarding confronting a perpetrator. My Daughter In-Law Won’t Speak to Me Leslie Vernick gives guidance on reconciling strained relationships within a family. Parenting for Recovering Pharisees At the Gospel Coalition, Christina Fox shares about grace...

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Thoughts on Marriage

Posted by on Aug 26, 2012 in Neale Davis | 0 comments

Communication: One of the most effective things I’ve heard in how to maintain communication in a healthy marriage has been the encouragement to think theologically.  This is the best launching point to live and grow in the most important relationship outside of Christ.   What does that mean? Thinking theologically in marriage is simply running your marriage through the prism and wisdom of Scripture.  In the Bible we see all kinds of admonitions and steps we can take to live wisely, but thinking theologically is more than that.  It involves understanding how the gospel applies to...

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Blogs of the Week — Week of August 24, 2012

Posted by on Aug 24, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Each week Bridgehaven wants to connect you with excellent resources to enrich your personal walk with God, personal ministry effectiveness, and provide tools for churches to more effectively care for one another. Here are the resources we are highlighting this week. Top 5 Abuse Prevention Policies for the Church How can we prevent the horrors of abuse from invading the local church? Biblical counselor and Christian psychologist, Phil Monroe, suggests Top 5 Abuse Prevention Policies for the Church. Do You Think You Are Angry with God? Life in a fallen world is painful and broken. As Christians...

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False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery

Posted by on Aug 22, 2012 in Brad Hambrick | 0 comments

The presentation of the “False Love: Overcoming Sexual Sin from Pornography to Adultery” seminar was presented Sunday February 12, 2012 at The Summit Church. NOTE: Many people have asked how they can get a copy of the seminar notebook referenced in this verbal presentation. You can request a copy from Amy LaBarr (alabarr@summitrdu.com), office administrator over counseling at The Summit Church. STEP 1. ADMIT I have a struggle I cannot overcome without God. False Love: Step 1 from Equip on Vimeo. For the “Sexual Sin Evaluation” assessment click here: SEXUAL SIN EVALUATION For the...

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Letter of Endorsement — J.D. Greear

Posted by on Aug 16, 2012 in Guest Post | 0 comments

I am thrilled to recommend to you the launch of Bridgehaven Counseling Center. I am always in need of gospel-based, competent counseling to be able to recommend, and Bridgehaven serves that need. I couldn’t imagine a better summation of what I’d want to see in a counseling center than Bridgehaven’s four core principles. They are: 1. The Necessity of the Gospel – The gospel changes everything! And apart from the gospel, no change, however dramatic, will last. If we believe that the gospel really is the good news about how our lives can be restored, then it must be at the center of our...

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