Most of our counselees come by word of mouth. Our former counselees recommend us to a friend, or the extended family of someone we ministered to will recommend us. Therefore our counselee’s church backgrounds can be very widespread. Here is a sample list of some of the church background our counselees have.
Baptist Churches
Independent Churches
General Conference Baptist Churches
General Association of Regular Baptist Churches
National Convention of America Baptist Churches
Southern Baptist Churches
Conservative Baptist Churches
Bible Churches
Brethren Churches
Charismatic Churches
Christian & Missionary Alliance Churches
Christian Reformed Churches
Church of Christ Churches
Church of God in Christ Churches
Evangelical Free Churches
Evangelical Lutheran Churches
Free Methodist Churches
Grace Brethren Churches
Independent Fundamental (IFCA) Churches
Independent Reformed Churches
Methodist Churches
Missouri Synod Lutheran Churches
Nazarene Churches
Netherlands Reformed Churches
Nondenominational Churches
Orthodox Presbyterian Churches
Pentecostal Churches
Presbyterian Church in America
Protestant Reformed Churches
Reformed Baptist Churches
Reformed Church in America
Roman Catholic Churches
Seventh Day Adventist
United Methodist Churches
United Reformed Churches
Wesleyan Churches
Wisconsin Synod Lutheran Churches
We also minister to people with no church background who are not believers. In these cases evangelism is an important part of our counseling. We also recognize that church membership does not automatically mean that a person has saving faith in Jesus Christ. Because a relationship with Christ is foundational for life we address this question with all our counselees.