to ask for help
Maybe you’re here because you feel like there’s no hope left. And if we’re being honest, this may be your last-ditch effort before throwing in the towel. How many times have you laid in bed at night staring at the ceiling wondering how life got this way? Depression has replaced contentment. Anxiety is where fun used to be. Silence and regret are all that’s left of a life that used to be happy.
You want to actually live a day of your life without feeling like a failure. You’re dying to feel loved, and cherished, and appreciated. The thought of having to live another day like this is driving you to misery.
You are worthy of being loved. You have value. You have a specific purpose. There is hope for you, and life doesn’t have to keep being this way.
We Can Help You Get it Back
We work with people who are feeling stuck, just wishing they could have a more fulfilling relationship, and wishing they could remember what peace and joy felt like. If pain from the past and worries about the future are keeping you from enjoying the present, there’s hope for you.
The goal of Revive Christian Counseling is based on Romans 15:13: “May the God of Hope fill you with all peace and joy as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with Hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”
No matter what you’ve been through, or what you’re going through right now, that hope isn’t out of reach for you. You’re in the right place. Taking time to look for options – and reach out for help – is the best place to start changing your life. Seeing a counselor doesn’t mean you’re weak. It means you’ve decided to be strong enough to realize you need to make a change. It may be a scary step, but we’re here to walk with you every step of the way.
Christian Counseling services are provided in our office in Owensboro, KY, as well as online via video-based counseling software. You don’t have to keep living this way. It’s time to get your life back.
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