Life can be hard. And storms can rise.

Sometimes life throws more at us than we can handle alone. But there are answers.

In biblical counseling, Christian counselors compassionately care for those struggling under the weight of personal sin or the suffering of difficult circumstances. We believe the Bible, which is God’s written Word to mankind, contains all the necessary help and counsel for the difficulties and suffering of everyday life. (Medical problems must be referred to medical doctors.)

CCEF counselor David Powlison explains how God speaks about real life in the Bible:

“As we look more closely at life, it becomes clearer and clearer that Scripture is about counseling: …causal explanations of behavior and emotion, interpretation of external sufferings and influences, definitions of workable solutions, character of the counselor, goals for the counseling process…these are all matters to which God speaks directly, specifically, and frequently.”

We believe genuine change is dependent on God, who loves people deeply. And we believe biblical Christian counseling must include a love for God, a love for people, prayer, dependence on God, a thorough knowledge of the Bible, and a working understanding of how to love and care for people.


Free counseling in Green Bay for…
Marriage & Family Counseling
Women’s Counseling
Men’s Counseling
Adolescent & Children Counseling
Grief Counseling
Addiction Counseling
Anxiety & Stress Management Counseling
And More

If you’d like to talk with one of our counselors, please call 920-499-5561 or complete the contact form below, and we’ll set up a time for you to come for an initial consultation. Our Christian counseling is free. We look forward to helping you in the days ahead.

Our counselors are trained through CCEF (Christian Counseling and Education Foundation).

Please provide either your mobile or home number, or both.

Many churches in Green Bay, WI, provide pastoral care. At Bay City Baptist Church,
we want to provide free Christian counseling with wisdom, care, and hope.