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Christian Life Ministries

Rating: 3 stars   2 reviews 578


Po Box 9272 Rapid City SD 57709 USA


We are a christian life ministries, compelled by god's call to demonstrate the sufficiency of christ and his word. We share the life of christ and his grace worldwide through research, training and counseling. The mission is four-fold: (1) to counsel believers who are in need of spiritual and mental healing, (2) to bring non-believers the good news of the gospel of grace, (3) to educate others on how to counsel through the word of god, (4) to provide seminars and conferences to enhance christian living.


Individual and family counseling for about 100 people per week. We also do speaking engagements, seminars, lay classes & training.

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Rating: 5 stars  

It's been more than 2 years since participating in CLM. I am happy to report the mountain is removed from my shoulders and the boulders from my heart. What I failed to do, Christ did for me!

CLM has been a great messenger in my life. Because of the CLM message, I get to rely on Christ for all things that concern me and for all things that concern the people I love. Which is something I never had or knew existed. : )

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Rating: 1 stars  

If you are struggling with issues of faith, CLM is a wonderful place to find help. However, CLM claims to offer counsel in areas of depression, anxiety, compulsive disorders, and substance abuse. But their carefully crafted leaglese obsolves them from any of the rules and responsibilities certified counselors have to subscribe to. They report to no "best practices" standards; they counsel based on a very conservative understanding of Biblical principles under the state law excemption that "clergy" can offer counsel without training. Yet, very few of the CLM staff has attended a seminary school and received a theology degree. You too can get ordained for a $30 fee online!

Well meaning, good people who are totally untrained. If you have a problem that's more than a spiritual hangnail, go elsewhere.

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