The Shepherd's Fold
Biblical Counseling


​Grief and Loss

​​How should we approach our problems in life?  
Biblical Counseling is an approach to counseling that uses the Bible to address the issues in the lives of individuals, couples, and families. The Bible teaches that our thoughts, motives, attitudes, words, and actions flow from the sinful selfishness of our hearts. Biblical Counseling addresses the heart as the source of these human actions and reactions using the wisdom and approaches revealed in the Bible.

Biblical Counseling is practical and effective. It does not view people as simply spiritual beings with spiritual problems; instead the care provider sees the individual as a physical, emotional, cognitive, and relational being. One focus of Biblical Counseling is to help others develop a biblical worldview of their life and recognize the core truth that guides right thinking and actions. The goal of Biblical Counseling is spiritual maturity.

There is hope!  
All of us experience troubling situations at different times in our life. Some of them are the result of our own choices and some come from other's choices - most of the time they are a mixture of both.  However, the truth is that God allows every tough situation to help us to seek Him and His answers.

There is help!
If you are ready for a new approach to solving old problems or if you are faced with a new problem and are looking for answers, we can help.

Secular psychology can make observations about man and his problems, but the observations and well-meaning attempts to offer solutions fall short of the truth about mankind that is revealed to us in God's Word. Biblical counselors believe that the Holy Scriptures chiefly contain what man ought to believe and what duty God requires of them. There is no other foundation outside of the Gospel and God's Word that can offer hope and abundant life for men and women. Therefore, Scripture is not only necessary in the counseling room, it is sufficient to help men and women with the deepest sorrows and struggles that they face.
What You Can Expect
What We Expect From You

What Will It Cost?