Promoting Christ-centred change, enabled by the Spirit, through the ministry of the Word in the local church.
Biblical counselling is concerned with change – a change that arises out of the gospel of Christ and produces growth into the likeness of Christ.
Since its beginnings in 2013, Biblical Counselling UK has sought to encourage pastoral ministry in local churches which understands the dynamics of this biblical change and therefore applies the Bible wisely to all of life.
We believe that the insights developed by the biblical counselling movement over the past 50 years are a great resource which can help churches in the UK as they seek to serve Christ.
Our Ministry Opportunities
Our Intern Scheme supports local churches who want to develop a biblical counselling approach to ministry.
A key next step in our development will be the employment of staff so that we can invest in more training events and courses.
Almost all the biblical counselling literature comes from the USA.
Our first book, Walking with Domestic Abuse Sufferers by Helen Thorne, was released in January 2018, in association with IVP.
We are keen to develop more home-grown resources which reflect our own particular cultural context.
The Partners Scheme
Biblical Counselling UK is dependent on donation income if it is to take up these opportunities for ministry.
We are therefore inviting those who wish to support us on a regular basis, to join our Partners Scheme. This will allow us to keep you regularly informed about our work and give you the opportunity for comment and feedback.
- Regular prayer updates
- Invitations to annual Partners Events
Become a Partner
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If you’d prefer not to join the Partners Scheme but would like to make a one-off donation, you can do so by:
- Online banking – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for our account details
- Cheque – download the Partners Scheme brochure for details
- Credit or debit card through Give.net
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