Helping Hands

Give and it shall be given unto you good measure, pressed down and shaken together, shall men give into your bosom. (Luke 6:38, KVJ)

One Body

For as the body is one, and hath many members, and all the members of that one body, being many, are one body: so also is Christ. (1 Corinthians 1:12, KJV)


For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds. (2 Corinthians 10:4, KJV)


Like the Israelites crossing through the Jordan River into the promise land, God wants to lead every Christian into a land of promise where they live in abundant peace, joy, success, prosperity, health, and healthy relationships.  Many Christians wander for years not experiencing the kind of happiness and success God desires for them.  Jordan Crossing counseling helps clients to overcome mental, emotional and spiritual challenges that have hindered them from walking into God’s best for them.  Clients are given the tools to be able to experience the highest level of success, prosperity, and joy through accomplishing their God-given destiny. 

Jordan Crossing Clients:

  1. Review their family tree to identify family transgressions that ore blocking certain blessings from manifesting in their life.  Generational curses are broken to take back what was stolen and legally belongs to them through theri covenant relationship with God. (Exodus 20:36)
  2. Identify the life circumstance that have influence thought process in ways that are unknown to them, but, it has blocked them for having and being all that they were created to inherit. (Romans 12:2).
  3. Acknowledge that peopel and life circumstance have resulted in having their hearts broken.  Although they may have stuffed some of the pain, "what's buried alive, stays alive".  In an attempt to protect themselves from more pain, these attempts have sometimes blocked them from living a healthy life or having healthy relationships.  Through communication with God in prayer, he heals their hearts. (Luke 4:18).
  4. Realize and accept they are in a war, as a Christian, whether they like it or not because they have an adversary.  They learn to activate God given tools to effectively overcome the power of this adversary so that they can walk in freedom and victory.  (Mark 16:17).

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