Calvary Chapel Lynchburg’s counseling ministry desires to see believers conformed to the image of Christ. We do this by grounding ourselves in and submitting to the authority and inerrancy of Scripture. In doing so, we find ourselves transformed spiritually, cognitively, and behaviorally into the image of Christ as we challenge our views of self, others around us, and the world in general. Click here for more information and to read about our philosophy in counseling.
Making an Appointment
To make an appointment, email us by clicking the Schedule button below. If you are receiving counseling from us for the first time, we ask that you download and fill out our New Client Information form. When finished, please email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no fees for the counseling received at Calvary Chapel Lynchburg, however, a donation is suggested from individuals who do not regularly attend our church.
Who we serve
Individuals: It is our desire that our ministry will pair you with a counselor and a believer to disciple you through addictions, prayer, conflict, relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, growing in Christ, spiritual maturity, etc.
Marriages: We offer pre-marital counseling and discipleship as well as marriage counseling and discipleship for those seeking to set a foundation for their marriage in the Lord.
Families: We offer counseling and discipleship for families to encourage parents to connect with their children as they grow in the Lord.
Availability of counseling staff varies depending on level of need. Sessions will be scheduled at most for one session a week. If you are considering counseling at the church but already receive counseling services in the community and are benefiting from those services, we would recommend that you continue with those services.
Henry Bruns, PhD, Resident-in-Counseling, is a counselor at Calvary Chapel Lynchburg and oversees the counseling ministry. Over the past 10 years, Henry’s clinical experience includes working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples with a wide range of symptoms and behaviors, including depression, anxiety, trauma, oppositional behaviors, and marriage counseling. Henry has completed all of the required hours to be licensed in the state of Virginia and intends to take his exam in August in order to be fully licensed in September 2020. Henry has been married to his bride, Jerri, for nearly 10 years. He loves spending time with his wife and daughter and investing in others around him.