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Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation offers counseling services to individuals, couples and families, living faith conferences, academic training, church support services, and various publications. The foundation s School of Biblical Counseling offers a certificate program that includes introduction and advanced counseling certificates. These certificates can be completed in one year of study by both levels being completed concurrently, or by spreading courses out over two years of study. Christian Counseling & Educ... read more
1803 E Willow Grove Ave, Flourtown, PA, 19038, United StatesGet directions
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Christian Counseling and Education Foundation has a 4.8 star rating with 362 reviews.
Christian Counseling and Education Foundation is open now. It will close at 6:00 p.m.
pure values that Christians can use
Where Biblical counseling and Education changes lives because of the Lord ‘s grace.
I just spent three days sitting under the godly counsel and teaching of Alastair Groves and Carly Robinson. What a blessing! Untangling emotions was the theme of our retreat. We were pointed to Christ, the author and perfector of our emotions. I'm so thankful!
Great education and counsel that considers the whole of a person. They bring together a proper view of man as physical, mental, and spiritual in nature. There are no trite truths offered and yet man’s soul is the main concern.
Great training, solid biblical teaching, faith in the inerrancy and sufficiency of scripture
Excellent Christ centered teaching and resources.
CCEF has been by far the most truth and grace filled education I have ever received. Humble Biblical wisdom lavished with mercy. I highly recommend taking their courses for counseling, be it pastoral or one to another wisely.
These testimonials are compelling! They, along with David Pawlison's commencement remarks (which he asked that someone else read in his absence because he was in hospice) and which were pointed out to me by the illustrator of his book on childhood anxiety (Zoe's Hiding Place) are giving me my introduction to CCEF.