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Baylight Counseling
Providing clinically informed, biblical soul care.
Providing clinically informed, biblical soul care.

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This is a blog for parents, and those who think that they
might soon become parents. Admittedly, it's intended to offer up parenting
advice (counsel), which in many ways is the last thing some parents find to be
in short supply. If this is you, I do hope th...

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Has Your Church Partnered with Us?
The local church is central to all that we do at Baylight Counseling. As a para-church ministry, we exist not to be served by the local church, but to serve by helping our counselees find true and lasting hope in the one who gave his life as a ransom for ma...

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Law, Gospel, and the Measure of Our Faith
The measure of
the authenticity and efficacy of our faith is its object: Jesus Christ. It is not the
production of good works, in either intensity or volume, that saves a man or
"transforms the culture,” an extra-biblical but common refrain of modern,

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Soul Care with Spurgeon: Sovereignty and Salvation
“The world likes
a religion they cannot comprehend. But, have you never noticed how gloriously
simple the Bible is?” Charles Spurgeon We recently received an email at Baylight inquiring about counseling services. Not understanding
the nature of our ministry...

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Soul Care with Spurgeon: Good Cheer for the New Year
London, 1866 “Anxiety is vigilance that
is out of control. Anxiety is vigilance minus faith in God.” Dr. Bob Kellemen On the morning
of January 6, 1867, Charles Spurgeon preached a sermon that he titled, “GoodCheer for the New Year.” His text was Deuteronom...

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Soul Care with Spurgeon: Good Cheer for Christmas
It's no secret that for many, the fall and winter seasons, connected to holidays such as Christmas and New Year, can be an emotionally and spiritually difficult time. In the clinical mental health world, a diagnosis of Seasonal Affective Disorder for suffer...

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New Weekly Feature: Soul Care with Spurgeon
"Reason, thy place is to stand and find out what this volume means, not to tell what this book ought to say." Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Sermon II, The Bible, March 18, 1855, Exeter hall Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) is one of modern church history's mo...

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Reformation 500: Martin Luther for Young Readers
Martin Luther, Reformation Heritage Books The 500 th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation is fast approaching, and with it a
host of new resources with which to celebrate this world changing era. What took
place on October 31, 1517 at the hand of an ob...

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Book Review: Union with Christ by Rankin Wilbourne
“Everything that
happens to us, good and bad, and everything we strive for, can now be
interpreted through this new prism—the image of God being restored in you.” Rankin Wilbourne, Union with Christ: The Way to Know and Enjoy God I read the preceding

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Union with Christ and Our Hope for Change
Lightstock Union with Christ is certainly eschatological,
but it also has present and active benefits.  It changes how we think, relate, and for what
we long.  The doctrine of union with Christ, of
necessity, alters how we care and how we counsel in the chu...
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