We provide a unique, Gospel-centered approach to counseling, coaching, and training for the specific needs of each client.

Gospel-centered Counseling | Coaching | Training

Counseling is about healing.  Often it is about resolving some issue in the past in order to make the present better. We believe lasting change starts in the heart as we apply the Gospel to all areas of our lives.

Coaching is about growth.  We partner with clients who are stuck in an area of life and/or have a goal they want to accomplish and help them move forward from there.

Training is about gaining knowledge, insights and wisdom and then understanding how to apply it to your life. We offer seminars and workshops in counseling, coaching, and leadership. We also offer a variety of training programs.

Accountability and Shame, Part 2

“Nothing ever becomes real ’til it is experienced.” -John Keats Last spring, a friend and I went backpacking in North Carolina for several nights. We hiked a trail both of us were familiar with but decided to summit a small peak neither of us had...

Accountability and Shame

“Everybody is identical in their secret unspoken belief that way deep down they are different from everyone else.” David Foster Wallace “Hey, I need you to hold me accountable…” Every week in high school, a small group of guys from my church would meet in the basement...

A Theology of Emotions, Part 5

“Scars have the strange power to remind us that our past is real.” – Cormac McCarthy If you’re new to this series, I’ve been exploring a “theology of emotions.” I’m going to conclude the series this month by looking at how to do all of this in a way that...

A Theology of Emotions, Part 4

“No feeling is final.” -Rainer Maria Rilke If you know me well, you know how much I love the band U2. If you want to hear me nerd-out to anything, U2 is probably where I get my “nerdiest.” When I was in 5th grade, I heard one of their songs on my sister’s...

A Theology of Emotions, Part 3

“What you resist not only persists, but will grow in size.” -C.G. Jung- Last month I began to explore why we have emotions by looking at how Jesus used his emotions as a gauge. Jesus used them as a gauge for how close he was to the Father –...

“Today was worth our 18 years of marriage. You, Ryan, gave us a gift and God spoke truth that we both needed to hear and learn from. I cannot tell you how invaluable your ministry is to us and others.”



“Michael helped me cut through my doubt and distractions and craft a practical plan with simple steps toward my goal: getting employed with sufficient income and opportunity for advancement.  We did it in less than a year.  Michael guided me through task completion and time management, encouraging me but also challenging me at the right times.  He was just what I needed in that station of life.”

Jacob Feigl


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