CCTC is an inter-denominational, non-profit ministry dedicated to bringing honor and glory to God by serving individuals and assisting local churches.
CCTC uses Biblical principles to teach, train and counsel people.
CCTC encourages people to use Scripture to resolve personal and inter-personal problems and to be available to help others to apply these truths in their lives.
The Christian Counseling & Training Center is a Christian ministry established in 1981 to train Biblical counselors and teachers. We offer training in counseling skills and classes in Christian discipleship.
Our purpose is to bridge the gap between faith and life. We study the character of God, His Holiness, His Grace, and His Purpose for life. As we examine our intimate relationships, we look at our emotions within the context of the Biblical concept of love. We evaluate actions and motives and explore how change takes place.
Andy Redford is a graduate of the University of Richmond and holds two masters degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University including a Masters in Counseling Psychology. He is also a Certified Biblical Counselor. Andy has been a counselor for more than thirty five years, most of which was spent at the college level. Currently, he is the Executive Director of the Christian Counseling and Training Center here in Richmond, Va.
This program is designed to point students in the direction of a caring God who always shows us more grace and mercy than we deserve. Through this program, the student will gain a clearer biblical world view and a better understanding of his/her relationship and place in God’s Kingdom as well as a better understanding of why we “do what we don’t wish to do”. Students will learn the dynamics of problems and biblical responses to those issues.
The Christian Counseling & Training Center (CCTC) is a non-profit ministry designed to serve people who have problems they cannot handle alone. The range of problems with which we deal is very wide. It includes broken and dysfunctional marriages, parent-child relationships, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, and any number of other problems that result in personal and interpersonal turmoil and distress.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
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