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Biblical Counseling

Everyone gets stuck. We can help.

We all have times in our lives when anger, frustration, disappointment, confusion and worry trouble us personally and to make matters worse, they often result in distance from people we care about. The Bible promises help in all such matters, help that is ultimately available in our relationship with Christ. But it is very common that we need help getting there, and the New Testament points that out in many places.

Biblical Counseling at Fellowship

We have a biblical counseling team consisting of trained men and women who have completed between 50-150 classroom hours of instruction, combined with counseling observation, practice counseling, mentoring and an average of 100 hours of homework. Counseling for teens, adults and couples is available free of charge. Those biblical counselors are committed to supporting those going through suffering and to help those who are sinning to see what God has in His Word that can help them work their way through the challenges they face.


Biblical counseling can help show how the Lord would lead you when you face:

• Anger

• Anxiety

• Depression or Discouragement

• Doubt or Fear

• Financial Troubles

• Grief

• Guilt

• Incorrect View of Self

• Marriage Problems

• Parenting Issues

• Pornography

• Premarital Counseling

• Recovery from Abuse


We provide Biblical Counseling for members and regular attenders from FBC, as well as for people from outside our church community. When the number of well-suited counselors is too low to be able to help your situation within a short time, we will offer you the names of some professional counselors or put you on a waiting list, whichever you prefer. If we believe the issues you face require professional help, we will recommend area professional counselors or physicians (please see Recommended Counselors web-page attached to this one).


For information about premarital , purity or financial counseling, please click on the appropriate box below.


A Message on Depression

John Morrison, Pastor of Biblical Counseling

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