North Biblical Counseling
We understand that there are times in life where you just need to talk to someone. Many people who are doing well in some parts of their life are struggling in others. Now might be the time when you ask someone to come alongside and help you. We're here to help.
What is Biblical Counseling?
Biblical Counseling is the process where the Bible, God’s Word, is related individually to a person or persons who are struggling under the weight of personal sin and/or the difficulties with suffering, so that he or she might genuinely change in the inner person to be pleasing to God.
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What to Expect
At this time, counseling appointment sessions are offered on Thursdays from 10 am to 4 pm. Most counseling sessions take between 1 to 1.5 hours. We offer this for free. Here’s what you can expect during that time:
Privacy and Care
Our staff will care for you and treat you with respect. Everything will be held in strict confidence except where, in the counselor’s judgment, there is a Biblical requirement to involve others (e.g. criminal activity).
Encouragement toward Christ-likeness
Our staff will encourage you in your successes and exhort you to think and behave in a way that pleases Jesus Christ.
Give Us Some Time
Habits are not developed overnight, and new habits will take time to develop. In most cases, we ask individuals to commit to regular counseling appointments.
First, we believe that the Bible, given by God, is sufficient for life in that, when properly interpreted, it reveals to the believer all the data necessary for one to understand his need for Christ, how he can please the Lord, and how to live in a God-honoring way regardless of the circumstances whether comfortable or oppressive.
Second, the Bible is also the authoritative source with which all truth claims—including claims made by science and history—must be evaluated. As a result, we reject all counseling theories that use presuppositions, principles, and/or methodologies that are inconsistent with the proper interpretation of the biblical text.
Third, we believe that genuine heart change is totally dependent on the ministry of the Holy Spirit. Thus, our view of counseling practice includes the importance of prayer, dependence on God, a thorough knowledge of the Word of God, and an understanding of ministering to people.