The March/April Baptist Bulletin takes a look at the sufficiency of Scripture—even for dealing with today’s unique problems, as well those that have plagued every generation since Adam and Eve. Jeffery Bartz explains why Scripture is sufficient for counseling, while Joann Hoganson advises Christians on how to respond to the opioid epidemic, Brennan Wilson offers hope to the parents of prodigals, and Jonathan Smith considers the problems brought on through technology. Chris Brauns lays out why therapeutic forgiveness is not Biblical forgiveness. And Ben Hartwig suggests ways to minister to people going through trials. Melissa Rice, who has buried three infants, shares how she learned to offer a sacrifice of praise during these times of trial and loss. The Scriptures are sufficient!

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Baptist Bulletin Plus—Digital Content
  • Put the Past Behind You | Michael Peck
  • Miracles: Then and Now (Part 2) | Rolland McCune
  • The Importance of Biblical Creationism for Theology | Kyle Dunham
  • Where Do We Find Our Church Planters? | Ken Davis
  • Movie Review: Unplanned | Greg Linscott
  • Biblical Counseling: Discipleship in the Details | Jeff Newman
  • Babysit or Teach? (Part 1) | Jim Cook
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