Welcome to A Broken Heart's GPS Christian Counseling and Resource Center. We're glad you're here. We are extensions of the Father's love; here to offer support, hope, and encouragement. If you are here, perhaps you have experienced some type of hurt or pain in your life that has left you feeling confused, angry, sad, or bitter. You may simply feel lost on this journey of life. Or, perhaps you know someone who is feeling lost or struggling with feelings of brokenness. Please, share this website with them. It was never the Father's desire that we meander through life broken, hurt, lonely, or lost. It is His desire that we experience the fullness of His love and live an abundant, joyful, intentional life.
"I am come that they might have life, and that they may have it more abundantly." (John 10:10)
We pray that you are blessed and encouraged by this website, but more importantly, we pray that you experience change, healing, restoration, and direction that can only come through the Father's love so that you can live the abundant life that God has called you to--full of purpose, destiny, and greatness!
Counseling requests are acknowledged personally and promptly, typically in less than 12-24 hours. For more information on counseling services, visit the E-counseling/Phone counseling pages. E-mail your counseling question/concern or prayer request to: email@example.com
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***Counseling services are confidential and donation based.***
We are a faith-funded ministry. Your donations enable us to be a blessing to the children of Ahava Village in Israel, organizations that help victims of child slavery and human trafficking around the world, our Veterans, as well as local children and families in need in the Southern New Jersey and surrounding areas. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ The articles and resources in abrokenheartsgps.org are not intended to diagnose or treat any mental health issue. abrokenheartsgps.org is not a substitute for mental health care. If you are in crisis, experiencing a psychiatric emergency, or are having thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, call 9-1-1 or your local Crisis Center.