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As a church family, we are committed to caring for one another in practical ways. Counselors address questions for different topics each week related to mental, emotional, and relational health. Head over to our Instagram account @mcleanbible to ask questions or go here to see past topics and answers.
Mental Health & Faith Panel Discussions.
God in His common grace has also provided experts who can help us in particularly difficult circumstances. See our counseling resources featuring counselors, psychiatrists, and specialists in the area. Please note, MBC does not specifically endorse any of the providers or services listed in this list.
At MBC, our hope is that every member of our church would be connected to a group where we aim to care for one another like a family. We believe that God has designed His church to be the mechanism in which we find comfort, healing, wisdom and support as we walk through the ups and downs of life. For further support, please reach out to the pastors in your church family.
We want to equip every married couple with biblical principles and skills to build a marriage that lasts a lifetime.
*prospective mentor couples must also have a reference form completed
Stephen Ministry provides personal Christian care by trained Stephen Ministers from our congregation to adults who are experiencing difficulty in dealing with a personal situation(s) brought on by any number of challenges (e.g. illness, death of a loved one, separation, job loss, etc). To learn more about Stephen Ministry at MBC or to request a Stephen Minister, please send us a confidential email or call us at 703-770-4398, and one of our MBC Stephen Ministry Leaders will contact you.