Marriage is an institute established by God for the benefit of mankind. Unfortunately, under the fallen human conditions,
couples are consistently struggling to make their marriage work. As there are many ways offered to help, preventive education proves to be most effective.
For this reason, the pre-marital counseling has helped many couples across the country to improve their marital relationship.
If you plan to get married, it is important to counsel a trained clergy for pre-marital counseling.
If you have an issue in your marital relationship, it is wise to talk to counselor as early as possible.
Do I need to become a member of HCI to receive counseling service?
No. You do not have to become a member of this church to receive counseling service.
How much time do I need to invest in pre-marital counseling?
It is about five to six weeks for a couple to go through all the counseling materials, depending on their circumstance.
Do I need to pay for this counseling?
No, the counseling is free, but you may have to pay for assessment fee ($35/person), which is associated with third parties.
Is this counseling good for Christians only? How about if my fiancé (fiancée) is not a Christian?
This program is designed for all who desire to improve their marital relationship. Any faith commitment is not a prerequisite to receive counseling service.
How do I contact a counselor?
You may email the church at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. If you have an urgent request, please call at 949-474-1031 to make an appointment.