Associate of Christian Counseling (February 11, 2011)
Bachelor of Christian Counseling (June 13, 2014)

Phone: 616-745-7389

Fax: 616-952-4802


I Believe…

Improving thinking skills will positively affect your health, emotions, spiritual and relational life. Often verbal and emotional abuse is overlooked.

You can “ transformed by the renewing of your mind…” Romans 12:2

I cannot diagnose (I am not a Dr.) - But I can assess and make suggestions to you and your Dr.

What's the difference - 

Diagnosis is the identification and naming of a disease, illness or condition. It is commonly acknowledged that diagnosis is the hardest part of medicine. In the United States only a licensed medical professional is legally allowed to make a diagnosis.

Assessment, on the other hand, is an evaluation made by a healthcare provider to make an informed decision on whether or not to provide service, and if yes, what approach to take.

Chaplain Mark graduated Tripp Bible Institute  with a Associate of Christian Counseling on February 11, 2011 and a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Counseling in June 13, 2014.    Since he was young, his dream has always been to help others throughout their journey in life, thus his interest in topics surrounding Psychology, Sociology, and the overall human condition. He is thrilled to utilized his interests and passion to assist others on their  paths. 

   Mark's hobbies include playing with his dog, walks with clients, listening to music, spending time with loved ones, attending Church at Sparta Baptist and watching N.C.I.S.


Baby dedication - Couples (not married) Counseling - Chaplain Services - Child/Teen & Young Adult - Funeral Officiant - Individual Counseling - Marriage & Family Counseling - Mediation - P.T.S.D Support- Pre-engagement Premarital - Telecounseling - Wedding Officiant - Funeral Celebrant.

I am a Chaplain

I am a first responder of the spiritual world.

I am a messenger and a professional.

I will never disrespect another's faith.

I will always maintain faith, practice, and my beliefs.

I am guardian of religious freedom and the virtuous way of life.

I stand ready to minister, care, and provide for those in need.

I will witness God’s blessing through crisis situations as I walk alongside people in times of great transition.

I am prepared to show the forgiving love and redeeming power of God to all people confronted with crisis.

I am prepared to give the best of my concern and skills to those I serve.

I will recognize my dependence upon God and pray for strength, direction, and wisdom.

I will trust God to guide me through both the stable periods of my life and through the periods of crisis.