Three Cords Counseling, LLC

Connie Langford, B.Th., M.A.

Licensed Christian Counselor

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302 MLK, Jr. Street

Rockmart, Georgia 30153

770/402-9827

3cclangford@gmail.com 

 

 


"                      "Guidance for Successful Living"

Georgia Christian Counselors Assoc.

AssociationAmerican Association of Christian Counselors

Board of Examiners for Georgia Christian Counselors and Therapists

Who are  You?

How do you describe yourself?

If you are a believer in Jesus Christ, do you know how He describes you?

Forgiven

Powerful

Complete

Chosen

Confident

Free

Accepted

Beloved

Precious

Anointed

Righteous

Holy

A Work of Art!

And so much more! 

You may say, "I sure don't feel like I'm any of those things!"

Who God says we are and how He describes us is not based on our feelings  (thank goodness!)

The TRUTH is  what God says. 

"I AM the way, the TRUTH and the     Life..."         (John 14:6)

To be free from the fallout of our feelings we must feed on the facts of God's word. 

Jesus said, "I am the bread of Life; he who comes to me will never be hungry..."                 (John 6:35)

 

"Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own uderstanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight".  (Proverbs 3:5,6)

Three Cords Counseling, LLC offers Christ-centered biblically based counseling services in the areas of

   Abuse~Anxiety~Codependency~Depression         Emotional Disorders~Family Matters~Grief        Life Skills~Marriage Counseling~Parenting Skills~Spiritual/Biblical Stuggles~Stress

Assessment and evaluation in temperament, behavior or spiritual gifts  

3CC MISSION STATEMENT

   ~To teach, guide and encourage individuals   and families into healthy and productive lives.

   ~To identify and resolove personal, relational and spiritual issues through the inexhaustable resources of Jesus Christ.

THE LOGO AND THE NAME

"Three Cords Counseling" comes from scripture.  Solomon, one of the wisest men who ever lived, wrote about relationships in the book of Ecclesiastes.  He stated that a rope (a relationship) made of two intertwined cords (people) is strong, but a rope of three cords is stronger and not likely to break.  My goal as a Christian counselor and therapist is to bring myself, my client and God into the counseling relationship so that complete healing can occur.  THREE ARE INDEED STRONGER THAN TWO.

WHY CHRISTIAN COUNSELING

As a Christian counselor I desire to help people overcome difficult life circumstances.  My goal is to guide and support others in finding peace and joy in everyday living and to lead them into healthy, well-adjusted and productive lives.  Although I have spent quite a number of years preparing myself educationally and clincially, I believe that God is the ultimate authority on all aspects of life.  With His unlimited resources, I am able to provide a plan of treatment that focuses on healing the whole person - body, mind, soul and spirit.

 

Education/Certification/Licensensure

Logos University - M.A. Christian Counseling

          Beacon College -Christian Life School of Theology                         B.A. Theology

         Certified - Prepare/Enrich; Creation Therapy-SACC;                  Grace Ministries International

    Georgia Board of Examiners for Christian Counselors                          and Therapists, Licensed

         Georgia Christian Counselors Association, Member                      2008 Board Member

American Association of Christian Counselors, Member

Association of Biblical Counselors, Member


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- Superbills furnished for insurance reimbursement-

-Sliding scale fees available for non-insured-

-$30.00 'coupon' available for referrals-

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 Don't Forget to Laugh...

A junk man  came down the street where a woman was sweeping her walk.  "Any old beer bottles?",  he asked.  Self-righteously the woman retorted, "Do I look like the kind of person who would drink beer?"  "Pardon me," apologized the junk man.   "Any old vinegar bottles?"    (How's your 'tude'?)

 

A little boy watched as his mother covered her face with cold cream.   "Why do you do that?", he asked.  "To make myself beautiful", she replied.  When she began removing the cream from her face he asked, "What's wrong?  Did you give up?"

 

It has been said... 'we are all products of our past but we do not have to be prisoners of our past'.  Unfortunately, many people believe that they can never be free of their painful pasts.  However, for those who believe in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior, there is HOPE for our present and our future.  There is HOPE that no matter what we've done, no matter where we've been, no matter what was done to us...we can be HOPEFUL partakers of God's promises. 

Life situations and everyday  circumstances are constantly changing.  For many, it's one of the dreadful "D's" that cause us to lose hope...      Death    Disease   Disappointment Deception Discontent Discrimination Division Disloyalty Disagreements Delusion...

and HOPE becomes like a moving target, even impossible.

 In the Bible however, we find a different kind of hope; HOPE that is beyond wishing on a star. The Bible tells us in the book of Jeremiah that God has a plan for our lives; a plan that will prosper us, that will not harm us, that will give us HOPE and peace for our future

(Jer. 29:11).

 That HOPE is found in His Son, Jesus Christ.  Why can we believe that?  Because God never lies

(Hebrews 6:18), 

 

God never changes  

 (James 1:17b)

 

God knows all things

   (1 John 3:20). 

 

With Him, ALL things are possible!

(Luke 18:27)