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Biblical Counseling

Biblical hope and help for sin and suffering

Need Counseling?

Everyone needs counseling...

Life is filled with difficulties. Whether you experience personal struggles or are walking alongside people in deep pain or confusion, there will come a time when you are looking for answers. The Bible is clear that God has given us these answers for living in a broken world in a way that is pleasing to Him (2 Cor. 5:9). 

Biblical counseling is an act of intensive discipleship where a counselor listens intentionally (Prov. 18:13), examines the Word (Heb. 4:12), and carefully offers counsel and instruction in order to grow in maturity and wisdom (Col. 1:28). We believe that it is God who provides transformation in the mind, teaches us new habits, and conforms us to the image of Christ (Rom. 12). 

Biblical Counseling is a free resource to members and visitors of Cross Fellowship Church. 

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The Process

Fill out the Online Request Forms

The Personal Intake Form will give the counselor an idea of what you're struggling with and help us know which counselor to pair you with. A Confidentiality Agreement will be signed and discussed on your first meeting.

Get Assigned to a Counselor

Our team is growing, but there may be a small wait while you are being paired with a counselor. This could take up to a few weeks. 

Begin the Counseling Process

Your first meeting will typically be an hour and a half, with subsequent sessions lasting an hour. Typically, counseling can take anywhere from 6-10 sessions, but depends on the issue at hand. Timing and scheduling can be discussed in your first meeting.  

Counseling Forms

During counseling, you will be required to fill out preliminary intake forms that help your counselor prepare for your first session. These forms are listed below!

Articles, blog posts, and conference messages are intended to help you think through problems biblically. 

Counseling Training

We believe that every Christian is a counselor. This is not to say that every Christian is a good counselor. We all need to grow in our skill in asking questions and providing biblical care. Here are some of the ways you can be trained as a member of Cross Fellowship Church.

Equipping Classes

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ACBC Certification

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Counseling Observations

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Cross Fellowship Church's Biblical Counseling ministry is a ministry of the Gospel and not to be considered psychological or professional therapy. More can be found on the distinctions of Biblical Counseling in our Doctrinal Statement on Counseling.

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