A Psalmic Faith

Published on the Biblical Counseling Coalition Website on January 24, 2018. https://biblicalcounselingcoalition.org/2018/01/24/a-psalmic-faith/ What is a Psalmic faith? I learned the term from Biblical Counselor Dr. David Powlison of CCEF, who stated that there is a quality in the Psalms that often does not meet the "godliness" definition in the church proper. A Psalmic faith is... Continue Reading →

The Pain of Searing Loss

In losing my father, I have come even more to appreciate Christ’s life and sacrifice on the cross. He was in perfect communion with his Father in heaven, yet humbled himself to come down to earth, taking the form of a servant to the point of death on a cross (Phil 2:7-8, see also John... Continue Reading →

Gardens, Grief, and Hope

For the 6-month anniversary of my father’s death, I went to visit my mom. She still lives in the home I grew up in with her, my father, and my brother. It is located in the desert: in the summer, the temperatures rise up to 110° F, and in the winters, it gets below freezing.... Continue Reading →

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