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Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation

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Following Jesus is hard. Sin compromises us. Hardships discourage us. Our bodies betray us. We get stuck in conflict. The sheer uncertainty of life means that no day ever turns out exactly as you expect.

But following Jesus brings sanity, purpose, joy, and peace. We grow, in and through the hardships. Every aspect of CCEF’s ministry works to understand the challenges people face and to help them pursue a trajectory of growth.

What does it look like when our mission is being fulfilled? We aim to change conversations people have with the Lord and with one another.

  1. The way people respond to suffering and sin orients to Jesus Christ.
  2. The way people help others expresses practical mercy and truth.
  3. Churches step into crises with clarity and confidence about who God is, what he says, and how to help.
  4. Pastors and other helpers think biblically about complex and confusing problems in order to move toward (and not away from) people who are very different.
  5. Christians understand progressive sanctification and recognize that change is often hard won. You rejoice even for small growth that displays faith and love.

How can you help us? Our vision is for Christians to live out our calling as disciples through a deep and rich relationship with God. Our vision is for every church to be a place where wise help can be found in times of hardship. Please be part of our vision in your life and church!

As you consider how you can be part of what we do in the coming weeks, we will share stories that capture the work of our ministry. If you are interested in learning how you can support our vision for the Christian life click here to learn more.

Blessings,

David Powlison

What does it look like when our mission is being fulfilled?

Jason Connally

The way people respond to suffering and sin orients to Jesus Christ

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John Hayward

The way people help others expresses practical mercy and truth

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Bryan Pickering

Churches step into crises

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Deborah Geesling

Pastors and other helpers move toward (and not away from) people who are very different

Coming soon
 

David Powlison

You rejoice even for small growth that displays faith and love

Coming soon