Life Can Be Hard
At Calvary Mercer, the counseling team offers confidential, biblical counseling to individuals, couples and families who are facing challenges in life. Our philosophy is based on the Word of God as the final and supreme authority of the church and every Christian, and the sufficiency of Scripture in Christ as the guarantee and provision of all that man needs for life and godliness.
We all have times when we just need a helping hand to get through difficult circumstances. Sometimes we are confused or depressed or struggling in one area of life, and don’t know why. Sometimes we are overcome by anxiety without a way out. Sometimes we are on the other end of someone else's bad choices and don't know how to find healing. Some of these trials are caused by our choices, as we reap the consequences of our decisions. Now might be the time when you need someone to encourage you from the Bible.
What We Do
We understand that there are times in life where you just need a helping hand. We want to come alongside you to encourage you with Biblical truth that will make a lasting impact. We believe that God has given us all we need to know Him and to live in a way that is pleasing to Him. All our difficulties may not evaporate. However, when a person willingly submits to God's instructions and clings to his promises there is hope and help.
Our counseling approach is based upon the truths of the Bible. Since God has fully provided His answers to life and all of life’s problems through the Bible, we believe that it [the Bible] is superior to any other source of counsel. It is our goal, therefore, to skillfully and practically bring God’s answers to shine upon the difficulties you are facing.
Our vision for counseling is larger than a few one-on-one meetings with a counselor. Rarely does lasting change happen in isolation. As a part of counseling, we will likely encourage you to be involved in the life of our church in a variety of ways as we walk together. Our approach to counseling focuses upon helping you identify how your beliefs, values, and desires (Prov. 4:23; Matt. 6:21; Luke 6:45) express themselves in your emotions, relationships, decision making, and identity.
How Do I Get Started?
Free Biblical counseling is available for all who are searching for help. Simply start with the form below.