No one is immune to problems. In fact, many people are doing very well in some parts of their life while struggling in others. While certain individuals appear to be problem free, rest assured, there is no such thing as a problem-free life. For a variety of reasons both individuals and couples often find it helpful to meet with a counselor. Whether for spiritual direction, short-term counseling, healing, relational issues, addictions, or life transitions, counseling can be a very helpful process.
Are you ready to quit, throw in the towel, and just give up? Don't give that a second thought! Why? Because there is HOPE; and that HOPE is in Christ alone! While everyone has problems, God's Word has the answers. God has gifted special men and ladies to minister to those who feel there is little or no hope. Our counseling will direct you through Scripture that can help you:
- See God in your troubles
- See purpose in your life
- Deal biblically with trials and suffering
- Solve problems and respond to life in a manner that glorifies Christ and is pleasing to God
Our counseling staff is committed to providing a caring, empathetic listening ear along with encouragement, hope, and both biblical and practical solutions based on the wisdom of God’s Word. A church member seeking counseling can expect a warm, safe, professional environment and absolute confidentiality. Biblical Counselors are trained in the use of Scripture and the principles of Biblical counseling. They do not base their counsel on man’s wisdom, opinions, experience, or concepts of behavior, (Isaiah 55:8-11) but seek to bring the full range of Biblical truth to focus on the counselee's need (Hebrews 4:12).
Biblical counseling deals with the entire range of problems confronting mankind including: broken marriages, parent-child relationships, fear, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, tension, anxiety, worry and any other problems that may result in mental and/or physical immobility. In short the Biblical Counselor is equipped to deal with any problem dealing with ourselves, our relationship to God or our fellow man (2 Peter 1:3).
If you need help, and would like to schedule a counseling appointment, please contact us today. You will soon begin to understand the Biblical truth that there is Hope!