Our desire at Faith Fellowship is to be a refuge of hope to lost and hurting people and our pastoral counseling is no exception. Our pastoral counseling exists to create an environment in which every person can find a safe and loving place to experience the grace and truth of the gospel.

Each of us will at some point experience deep suffering and brokenness. Even now you may know of friends or acquaintances that are going through a difficult season. Depression, anxiety, loss, suicide, divorce, addictions, PTSD, peer pressure, to name a few, can fill our relationships with uncertainty, and our hearts with questions. 

It is our hope that you will find our pastoral counseling beneficial and a helpful resource for you and your friends. If you are struggling, or you know someone who is, contact our Director for Pastoral Counseling, Doug Redetzke, at 715-387-6169 or email

Helpful Resource:  "What Do You Think of Me? Why Do I Care?" by Ed Welch

Peer Pressure, codependency, shame, low self-esteem - these are just some of the words used to identify how people are controlled by others' opinions. Why is it so important to be liked? Why is rejection so traumatic?

Ed Welch offers insightful, biblical answers to these questions. Freedom from others' opinions grow as we learn about ourselves, others, and God.