Counseling Ministry
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A Biblical Counseling Program and Ministry

Leader: Jerry Weber

 

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Life can be hard. Do you sometimes feel that you just can't go on? You may do well for a while, but then those old thoughts and patterns just creep back in. This usually happens because we trust in our own strength, will, or desire.

 

You don't have to do it alone. There is help available. Call today. 330-875-1673

 

The word "transformed" comes from the Greek metamorphoo which means an act, a process of changing, converting from one thing to a distinct other. The change God desires is a process of converting into the likeness of Jesus Christ.

 

Romans 12:1,2

Therefore, I urge you brothers, in view of God's mercy to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God -- this is your spiritual act of worship. Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and prove what God's will is --HIS good, pleasing, and perfect will. (NIV)

 

Think about areas of your life that need inner transformation and offer them to God to begin a work of change in you.

 

Heavenly Father, I seek change today, please help me get rid of the things in my mind and heart that are not pleasing to you and that hinder my spiritual growth. Change me from the inside out, so that I may live in Your will and Your way, Amen.

 

How Counseling Helps

  • Targets specific life issues
  • Identifies overwhelming feelings
  • Develops a healthy sense of who you are in Christ
  • Improves social skills, life skills, and effective communication
  • Addresses healthy attachments
  • Encourages safe expression of thoughts and feelings
  • Increases coping and discovery of healthy anger
  • Encourages responsibility for actions and behaviors
  • Incorporates focused Bible Study
  • Discusses healthy family life
  • Teaches money management
  • Encourages healthy community, friendships
  • Offers parenting skills education
  • Gives support during relational recovery