In 1977, the First Baptist Church of Abilene commissioned the forming of the Ministry of Counseling & Enrichment out of a desire to respond to surging divorce rates and their subsequent impact on families. Since that time, the Ministry of Counseling & Enrichment has evolved and grown to offer a wide range of outpatient mental health and relationship counseling but is still focused on sharing the healing and restoration of our Creator.
Is this Christian counseling?
The Ministry of counseling and Enrichment (MOCE) is a professional counseling center. Each therapist has varied educational backgrounds and experiences. The one thing all therapists have in common is a desire to be used by a loving God. MOCE believes strongly in the importance of psychological, emotional, relational, spiritual, and physical health. The MOCE also greatly values each client's autonomy. So we encourage you as a client to ask your therapist about his/her approach to integrating Christian principles in counseling.