We Can Help With Christian Marriage & Couples’ Counseling
Sadly, with the first marriage divorce rate hovering at 50% for both Christians and non-Christians, it can behoove couples to seek Christian marriage counseling when either spouse feels that marital challenges overwhelm. When chasms between two people become too wide to bridge, hope for renewed friendship, harmony and closeness can be forever lost. Time does not heal all wounds!
How Can We Help Christian Marriages & Christian Couples?
Our trained Christian marriage counselors at Heartfelt Christian Counseling will thoughtfully and sensitively provide empathetic guidance for those struggling in relationships that reveal a need for a spiritual lifeline in a storm of uncertainty. God wants your marriage to work and so do we! Miracles can happen when two people are willing to let go of control and surrender it to God’s Will and embrace and emulate God’s definition of authentic love.
Yet, sometimes, there are situations that mean a couple will not be in a place to continue in marriage. This can lead to separation and to divorce, but the trauma can be reduced for everyone involved with professional, understanding counsel and mutual communication. It is possible to sever relationships without destroying those within the relationship.
1 Corinthians 13: 4-6—“Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth.”
Our Services Include . . .
Counseling for addictions
Counseling for anxiety
Counseling for depression
Individual counseling (Child, Adolescent, Teenage, Adult)
Parenting skills and counseling
Texas Health & Human Services Certified for Twogether in Texas Pre-Marriage Counseling
“The premarital counseling is good because it was very Christ centered, and had us looking towards Christ about situations in a marriage”
“The premarital counseling is fun. You get these little packets to fill out that have all kinds of thought provoking questions. I looked forward to the take home work each week.”