Biblical Change

The central method by which God changes a person is by giving that person a greater understanding of Himself in the person of Jesus Christ through the ministry of the Word and Spirit of God (2 Cor 3:18). This unique change requires our cooperation by disciplining ourselves in biblical meditation, prayer, and obedience. Our hope is that these articles will not only convince you of the possibility and benefits of biblical change, but equip you in this change.

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Biblical transformation is more than behavior modification and more than just changing Biblical Change Photo Smalleryour “stinkin’ thinkin’ ”.  It is about changing who or what is your God.  The truth is that the more a person stands amazed at the mighty deeds and glorious characteristics of the God of the Bible, the more they are enabled by the Spirit of God to be motivated in a divine change that the world can not know. They are empowered to obey God’s Word by a faith that perseveres and by the new values that emerge from new understanding of God.  This is true, satisfying, biblical transformation – it begins with what you think about God and how often you think of Him.  If you are interested in learning more about this type of change, please take time to view three, free key lessons entitled, “Gaining a Transforming Vision  of God“.  This is is the most important distinction between secular counseling, Christian counseling and what you will learn in this blog and at the Lowcountry Biblical Counseling Center Media Store.

2015 Tim Bryant Cropped small 300 copyTim Bryant is the founder and Executive Director of the Lowcountry Biblical Counseling Center in Charleston, South Carolina since 2003. Before LCBCC, Tim served as a pastor for ten years in the Chicago area. LCBCC ministry is committed to not only provide effective. biblical counseling but provide resources (like the online Counselor Resource Center, training and partnerships to help develop effective biblical counseling (i.e. intensive discipleship) for, in and through the local church. Currently LCBCC employs six staff counselors, assisted by several volunteer team counselors. Some of the articles you will read have been written by these counselors. Tim’s counseling and speaking ministry have been used to help many couples and families struggling with intense interpersonal conflict, as well as many individuals seeking to overcome personal problems such as depression, anxiety, anger, bitterness, addiction and guilt. He holds his Master’s in Biblical Counseling from the Master’s College in Santa Clarita, and is certified by the Association of Biblical Counselors. Tim and his wife, Erin, have four children.

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