Although born in a Christian home, Matt didn't accept Christ as his personal Savior until he was 31. Then at the age of 40 the Lord called Matt to the ministry, so he gave up his Veterinary practice and went off to Seminary. While at Master's Seminary he took biblical counseling classes where he learned that "it is not only the theory that we deal with in the Bible, but it is actually the practical living out of that information every day." As a result, Matt believes that biblical counseling "has probably been a more important part of my training than anything else."
Interested in biblical counseling? faithlafayette.org/counseling
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