Weekly Biblical Resource Deliveries

"We want the Christianity we profess to take possession of us, body and soul.
And so it will be as Christians learn more of Christ.
– Pulpit Commentary on Song of Solomon 7:10
It is my heart to offer you helpful resources that bridge the gap between life's challenging problems and the Christian faith you hold so dear.

Sometimes it can be challenging to understand how the gospel of Jesus Christ intersects with the difficult situations we experience on a daily basis. Maybe you're supporting someone who is struggling or suffering and you don't know how to care for them with biblical wisdom. No matter what season of life you're in, we all need help understanding how to respond to life's unexpected problems in God-honoring ways.

Biblical counseling helps us to accomplish that goal.

I'd like to share with you what I've learned on my journey as a sufferer, struggler, and supporter. These weekly email deliveries offer you the tools I rely on to grow as a writer, biblical counselor, and follower of Jesus Christ.

I invite you to join me by signing up to receive my weekly emails deliveries. In doing so, you'll also get insider updates about projects I am working on behind-the-scenes and stay up to date on the production of my weekly podcast with IBCD, the Hope + Help Podcast.
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Weekly Resource Deliveries Include...

Recommended books
Relevant audio messages
Insightful articles
Helpful videos
Occasional exclusive content 
Christine M. Chappell
Writer/Author/Podcast Host/Speaker
Christine is the author of Clean Home, Messy Heart and Help! My Teen is Depressed. She hosts IBCD's Hope + Help Podcast is passionate about advocating for biblical one-another care and discipleship in the context of the local church. Her writing has been featured at Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, Risen Motherhood, Servants of Grace, and other Christian platforms. Christine blogs regularly at christinemchappell.com and lives in South Carolina with her husband and three children.