Emotional health and spiritual maturity go hand in hand. Never mind what we say we believe. If what God says about us doesn’t “feel” true in the depths of our heart, how can we ever hope to heal and mature in Christ? Any area of our life that is not in agreement with God’s Word begs to be explored. Our souls need to be weeded and well watered in order to flourish in our faith.
We tend to see God, ourselves, people, and life’s circumstances through the lenses of our experiences and beliefs, be they wonderful or wounding, truth or lie. Most of us would rather the Holy Spirit wave a magic wand and make all our hurts disappear. Or have the Lord sweep the sin and shame out of our lives with with a holy broom so we don’t have to look at it anymore. But what benefit is there in that? We are much better off knowing why we are who we are so we can become an emotionally whole and better version of ourselves. More like the woman God created us to be.
In prayer counseling, women are carried to the feet of Jesus, the Wonderful Counselor — the only One that can do a wondrous, miraculous work in the heart. He is the ultimate therapist. The Holy Spirit knows us so thoroughly, so intimately, better than we know ourselves.
Doing inner healing work through the modality of prayer produces therapeutic results as the Lord
supernaturally connects the dots between past and present struggles, allowing us to get to the “spiritual root” of our issues. Using Spirit-led, conversational prayer prompts, women are taught to uproot lies and deposit truth, changing their perspective in order to reclaim the broken pieces of their heart that sin, shame and the enemy have stolen from them.
This is not your ordinary counseling appointment. Extraordinary things happen in the presence of an extraordinary God. These personal encounters help us to understand why we feel what we feel, believe what we believe, and are who we are. When you reclaim your heart, you reclaim your life. It would be an honor to carry you to the altar. There is no better time to start your journey toward emotional wellness in Christ, than now.
DISCLAIMER: I am a Prayer Counselor and a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, carrying women to the feet of Jesus using a conversational method of prayer that produces therapeutic results. I am NOT a licensed mental health professional, and I do not diagnose or treat mental health conditions. Women often turn to inner healing when they hit a spiritual or emotional wall in life, or other forms of counseling have run their course.
“An encounter with Jesus like I’ve never known before. My hurt, negative emotions, and broken pieces were addressed and tended to from the first session.
I left with peace and healing right away.”