Jesus warned his followers “in this life, we will have trouble.” Every person experiences trouble in life. These troubles range from mild and inconvenient to difficult and overwhelming. But no matter the trouble, Jesus provides a word of hope, “But take heart! I have overcome the world.”


We believe Jesus has given us everything we need in the Bible to overcome life’s troubles. As such, we are committed to helping those facing life’s troubles find answers, solutions, and hope through Biblical Counseling.


If you or a loved one are struggling with life’s troubles, we invite you to reach out for help.



  • Biblical Counseling is helping people apply God’s truths and solutions from the Bible to their lives that they might experience change and hope, even in the most difficult situations.

  • Our counselors are currently completing their final steps of certification through the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC). This final step includes supervised counseling by a Biblical Counseling Fellow with ACBC.

  • Biblical counseling can address the entire range of life’s struggles, including abuse, addiction, anger, anxiety, depression, fear, marriage, parenting, relationships, stress, and more.

  • Biblical Counseling is offered free of charge as a ministry of Fellowship Baptist Church. Counselees may donate to the ministry, but this is not expected or required as a condition of counseling.

  • Counseling sessions usually range between 1-1.5 hours. While the number of sessions vary, counselees should expect 4-12 sessions over 3-4 months.

  • Counseling sessions vary depending on the person(s) and reasons involved in the counseling process. In general, each session includes three elements:

    • Hope. In each session, counselors point to the hope found in Jesus Christ to face any problem. (Hebrews 4:14-16)
    • Change. In each session, counselors help the counselee set aside old ways of living or thinking and embrace new ways of living and thinking in light of the gospel of Jesus Christ. (Ephesians 4:20-24)
    • Practice. In each session, counselors instruct and admonish the counselee to be a doer of the Word and not a hearer only. (James 1:22-25)
  • Homework is a continuation of the counseling process between sessions. Counselors will assign homework such as Bible reading, Scripture memorization, book reading, journaling, and implementation of action steps. Counselors will work with counselees to identify a manageable amount of homework.