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Psychology / Counseling

Churches and para-church organizations increasingly turn to Christian counselors for assistance in meeting the needs of employees, members, and clients. Counseling in a Christian context can make a significant contribution to improving the live experience of individual Christians and developing a healthier society. This degree does not lead to credentialing in Counseling, which almost always

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SERVANT-LEADERS IN THE WORLD Several programs are designed not only to prepare students for service in a church context but also to provide the transition to careers and occupations outside the church context.  The Advanced Biblical Studies major, Music major, Psychology/Counseling major, and Interpersonal and Organizational Communication major are designed to prepare students for service

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Dr. Matthew Allison Professor of Psychology/Counseling B.R.E., Great Lakes Christian College M.A., Spring Arbor University Ph.D., Amridge University   Matt has recently completed his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy and has a passion for healthy relationships. He works closely in collaboration with his wife of 10 years, Jesse, who is also a professional counselor

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While Ash Harris entered Great Lakes Christian College knowing he would not enter the ministry, he was attracted to the school for its atmosphere and environment. A 1999 graduate, Ash attended the school for four years. “I’d always attended small Christian schools and I was excited about the relationships to be built.” Owner and Founder

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Family Life Education is an interdisciplinary filed of study that draws from various disciplines such as psychology, education, sociology, communications, law and public policy, economics, theology, and home management. It provides an understanding of human development, family systems, and interpersonal relationships. Certification as a Family Life Educator is provided by the National Council on Family

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Dual Enrollment is a program that allows public, private, or homeschooled high school students to enroll in courses at Great Lakes Christian College for credit prior to high school graduation. College credits earned through dual credit may be applied toward high school and college graduation and may be transferred to other colleges or universities. Benefits

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APPLY ONLINE   Great Lakes Christian College seeks students who can succeed academically and spiritually in a Christian college environment. Applicants who expect to enter a degree program must have a diploma from an accredited high school with a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale and a minimum score of 18 on the ACT

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        Bill Brossman (Left) and Jim Lockwood (right) GLCC announces the retirement of Bill Brossmann after 17 years of service. Bill came to the College under the leadership of President Jerry Paul and started as the Director of Development, eventually moving to the VP of Finance and Operations position. Bill’s experience in

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