Check out our Counseling Resources!

We’ve compiled a list of organizations that can help you with your counseling ministry.
From conferences to courses, we hope you’ll find these resources helpful in your walk with Christ.

The BCC promotes relationships and provides resources for the Christian counseling community. There are many tremendous organizations and individuals involved in the biblical counseling movement. The BCC seeks to connect such men and women in a way that creates a natural and healthy synergy.
The ACBC certifies biblical counselors to ensure doctrinal integrity and promotes excellence in biblical counseling. Their certification program is rigorous, but attainable by even the busiest pastor. The biblical counseling certification phases include the Learning Phase, the Application Phase, and the Supervision Phase. ACBC also offers annual and regional conferences as well as certification for centers desiring to become an ACBC certified training center.
The IABC (International Association of Biblical Counselors) exists to serve the local church by training, equipping and resourcing believers to make disciples through biblical counseling. They consist of men and women committed to serious reliance on Scripture as sufficient and authoritative, and devoted to helping God’s people apply His truth to their personal lives in practical ways. On their site, you will find certified training centers that can equip you to counsel, as well as a list of counselors who are able to walk with you.
We are proud to partner with Fallen Soldiers March — an organization dedicated to helping veterans who struggle with emotional, physical, and spiritual trauma sustained in battle. Fallen Soldiers March takes a practical approach to helping our Veterans by providing counsel that comes directly from God’s Word. Their gospel centered approach is exactly what our Veterans need to address their needs in a way which glorifies God. You can learn more about FSM by listening the BCC's podcast interview featuring Curtis Solomon, BCC Executive Director and Don Roy 15:14 Ep. 151. If you are a Biblical counselor and would like to join their network, please click here to join the FSM Biblical Counselor Network.
The Association of Biblical Counselors (ABC) provides a strategic opportunity to connect with hundreds of church leaders, pastors, lay counselors, professional counselors and believers alike looking to grow in their practical ability to offer biblical counsel in their own lives and in the lives of others. The Biblical Counseling Network (BCN) serves as a database of churches and individuals who are dedicated to Jesus Christ, the eternal message of the Gospel, and who take seriously the work of biblical counseling. This network is for those who are committed to sound counseling, people who want to provide biblical counseling, and anyone wanting to understand themselves and others.
The IBCD exists to serve churches, organizations and individuals who share a passion to see believers equipped to counsel one another with the Word of God. They help train pastors and laymen with their online curriculum. Their annual training events include a weekend seminar and a summer conference.
The CCEF endeavors to connect the dots between the truth of the Scriptures and human experience; explore how God’s Word meets people in struggles and relationships; discern from Scripture how to help and care for others with love, humility, and wisdom; and pursue lasting fidelity to Christ in how He would have Christians counsel, write, speak, and train.
Faith Biblical Counseling provides a carefully vetted collection of counseling resources, bringing you only the very best materials on Bible-based counseling. In addition to what's in their library and online bookstore, their Faith Resources site includes over 1,000 resources, including lessons and sermons covering counseling-related topics, along with a topical index and a short list of their top recommendations for each topic.