Welcome to the Biblical Counseling for Women blog! It is connected to our website by the same name (biblicalcounselingforwomen.org). Julie Ganschow, our main contributor, has been involved in Biblical Counseling and Discipleship for more than 20 years. She is passionate about the critical need for heart change in a person who desires change in their life.
Julie is the founder and Director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center (ACBC, IABC, AABC Certified Training Center) and Biblical Counseling for Women. She has been writing this blog on counseling issues women face since 2008. In January 2016 the BC4Women blog expanded to include other women’s voices from the Biblical Counseling community.
Most of our blog contributors have extensive training in Biblical Counseling. We know many women are searching for the key to real and lasting change in their lives. They are tired of the self-help approach which is nothing more than rearranging the flesh. They want to escape the cycle of habitual sin that enslaves them. They want something that will work. They want to live the victorious life they hear about on Sunday mornings but cannot seem to make a part of their daily reality.
We hope we can help you see that you no longer need to live as though you are still in bondage to sin- you are victorious in Christ and He has already set you free. That truth is not found in any self-help book, or in being better or trying harder, it is found through changes in the inner man, the immaterial part of you that the Bible refers to as the heart.
You will find our hearts here, in progress. We make no claims that we have “arrived” but we will post our thoughts, reflections, and share our experiences and our lives for your benefit.
Spend some time reading the blog, and leave a comment if you like. Just please note that we reserve the right to use your comments (without your name of course) in any future posting or material for publication. Don’t forget to visit the websites www.rgcconline.org and www.biblicalcounselingforwomen.org as well as those listed in the bios for our contributors! We trust you will be blessed.
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