Soul Care Need Help


We all give and receive counseling on a regular basis. Whether we realize it or not, every word of advice or every opinion we give a friend can be considered “informal” counseling. God created us as relational beings, needing each other’s help in order to live the way that He’s called us to. Grace Church Soul Care serves people who are seeking a more structured and focused time of counseling by someone who has been trained as a biblical counselor. We believe firmly in the supreme sufficiency of the gospel to address all the issues we face in life.

The process for getting help from Grace Church Soul Care is simple. You can make a counseling inquiry in one of two ways, depending on your preference: 

1). Email us at  or call us at (469)-633-9104.

You will receive a response with a few basic questions. These questions include asking for contact information, as well as asking for a brief explanation of why you’re seeking counseling. We will then explain some of the details about GCSC, such as what biblical counseling is, the days and times when we offer counseling, what a typical counseling session would be like, and would be glad to answer any additional questions you may have. At that point, if you would like to continue pursuing counseling, we will send you a link to review and complete our Orientation Form.

2). Review, complete and submit an Orientation Form.

This form asks for information about yourself and the reasons you’re seeking counseling. Once it's filled out and submitted, it will go to the director of GCSC for review. If there is a counselor immediately available, we will get in contact with you to set up your first session. Every now and then we have a waiting list, and if that is the case we will be sure to let you know and keep you updated as to the timeframe that you can expect to see someone.

We’re thankful for the opportunity to offer Soul Care free of charge. It is a far greater reward for us to see God at work in people’s lives as He heals wounds and brings about lasting change.

If you have any additional questions, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.