God never intended for any of us to live our lives alone. Whatever problem you may be facing right now, God knows exactly what it is, and there are people who can help. That’s why we’re here.

Biblical Counseling Information

Please click the link to the right. On that site, please follow the instructions carefully.

Don’t forget there are two forms to complete;
1) Consent to Counsel form, and
2) Personal Data Inventory

We look forward to serving you.


Why do I have to fill out a form?
The application provides vital information for your counseling sessions. It also eliminates the first session from being only an information gathering time.

How long is a normal session?
Please plan on 60-90 minutes for your session. Some sessions may be shorter or longer, but this is an average time frame.

How frequently will appointments be scheduled?
Typical counseling schedules meet one time weekly. This allows the counselee adequate time to complete homework assignments.

Why is there homework?
This allows you to every day apply the biblical truths that your counselor has shown you in your session.  It could be compared to going to physical therapy. Just as your physical therapist gives you exercises to do at home in between your visits because the exercises reinforce the therapy, your homework from your counselor will also reinforce the biblical truths from your session.

What is the cost?
There is no cost, but you are responsible for cost the of materials (i.e. books, CDs, etc…).

Is childcare available?
No. Because of the wide range in children’s ages and timing of appointments, we cannot provide childcare.

Will counseling be done by someone of the opposite sex?
To be above reproach in every way, it is our policy to only meet with counselees of the same sex. So, for example, female counselees will be joined with either a friend of their choosing, a member of the Biblical Counseling Team, or another lay leader from the church. These arrangements will be made in advance.

   His divine power has granted to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of him who called us to his own glory and excellence, by which he has granted to us his precious and very great promises, so that through them you may become partakers of the divine nature, having escaped from the corruption that is in the world because of sinful desire.   –2 Peter 1:3-4