Additional Resource: Slowing Things Down: How to Listen Well by Ed Welch Use Coupon Code: podcast
“There’s a fine line between godly anxiety that’s a godly concern and godless anxiety that pushes away from God and toward man.” Additional Resource: Parenting by Faith—Not Formula by Julie Lowe
“The conversation about spiritual leadership requires humility and patience from both husband and wife.” Additional Resource: The Dreaded S-Word: Submission and the Active Role of Helper by Robyn Huck
“Many times in our anxiety, depression, and hardships, we forget the Author of our story. What does it look like for me to remind someone that we can trust the Author who is good and faithful?” Additional Resource: How can I help my spouse through depression?
Ed and Alasdair discuss addictions. Additional Resource: Escape to Reality by David Powlison
Volume 34, No. 1
With this issue of the JBC, you'll notice a new look. Several of the design elements were used in past JBC designs. By including reminiscences from our past, we sought to represent how we strive for our content to be timeless in nature. Added, modern touches reflect our desire to be timely as we serve God's church in the 21st century. As always, CCEF seeks to provide the same biblical, thoughtful, and practical content that has been a hallmark of the JBC throughout the years. We hope you enjoy the refreshed look!
New Conference Video Curriculum | Emotions
Your emotions are an overflow and expression of your heart, revealing what you care most about. Your heart is at the center of who you are as a person and is always living in relationship with God. In this way emotions can help you notice and then evaluate what you love. But emotions can at times be confusing, making it hard to know and express your thoughts, desires, and concerns. In response to this confusion, people tend to either embrace or avoid their emotions. What you will learn through this study is that God invites you to engage with your emotions by engaging with him.
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