Who can help you or a loved one suffering from the stresses of life? Our licensed professionals from CrossLife Ministries provide Gospel-centered counseling to individuals and small groups. Counseling areas include marriage and family, grief support, addictions, long-term behavior patterns, and more. (Psalm 103:1-5; John 10:10; Romans 8:1-17; Colossians 3:1-17)

Counseling Services

(provided in the southern Indiana/northern Kentucky area)

Personal struggles
Anger • Illness • Anxiety • Depression • Grief • Disability
Job loss • Chemical dependency • Computer addiction

Relationships
Marriage • Communication skills • Budgeting challenges
Parenting • Internet addictions

About the staff of CrossLife Ministries
Experience you can trust
Professionalism you deserve

Where do I begin?

What will it cost me?
See Counseling Fees

Other services and resources

from CrossLife Ministries and Ambassadors of Reconciliation:

Leadership Training
Our experienced professionals offer seminars and customized training for churches, schools, synods, and more. All training in reconciliation is designed for reconciling relationships and resolving material issues based on teaching from the Scriptures.

Resources for Personal Peacemaking

Consultation
Who can assist you in addressing leadership conflict issues? Our *Certified Christian Conciliators™ provide Christ-centered consulting to help Christian leaders address leadership issues and group conflicts in a biblically faithful manner. Proactive and reactive consulting issues include organizational, role definition, termination, sexual and criminal misconduct, theological differences, and others. (Matthew 5:9; 2 Corinthians 5:16-21; Colossians 3:12-17; James 3:18)

*Certified through Peacemaker Ministries

Reconciliation Services from Reconciliation Ministries
Who can help you to resolve disputes? Reconciliation Ministries connects you to qualified reconcilers who are experienced in helping individuals and groups reconcile relationships and negotiate agreements. (Matthew 5:23-24; 18:15-20; Romans 12:9-21; 1 Corinthians 6:1-8; Galatians 6:1)

  • Coaching: Guiding individuals to resolve disputes personally on their own.
  • Mediation: Informally facilitating two or more parties to work together toward reconciliation.
  • Arbitration: Formally hearing each side’s arguments and rendering a legally binding decision.
  • Group Reconciliation: Working with churches, schools, and other groups through a process that includes teaching, interviewing, mediating, evaluating, and reporting findings and recommendations.

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