MMin Biblical Counseling
Andersonville Theological Seminary
McNeese State University
Education & Experience
Jim has his Doctor of Ministry and Master of Ministry in Biblical Counseling from Andersonville Theological Seminary (ATS) with a Certificate of Biblical Counseling from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). He is a active member of the Association of Biblical Counselors (ABC) currently acting as the Student Relations Advisor for the online, self-paced Level 1 Certification program.. Jim is also a Congregational Elder at Austin Stone Northwest.
Jim has completed the Austin Stone Development Program (ASDP) and Equip to Counsel (ETC) training and prior to moving to Austin, he completed a Pastoral Discipleship program at the Village Church Denton. Additionally, Jim has completed Brief Intensive Counseling (BIC) at Stone Gate Resources and is currently an apprentice with Twelve Stones Ministries.
Jim began his professional IT career in 1978 while studying Business Administration from McNeese State University. During that time he received his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and completed Southwest CUNA Management School at TCU’s Neely School of Business.
Interests & Specialties
Jim’s desire is to see men grow into a fuller knowledge and love for Jesus Christ through biblical counseling and discipleship. It is Jim’s hope that men and women’s hearts and lives will be transformed through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jim has experience working with marriage, divorce, re-marriage, grief/loss, shame/guilt, depression/anxiety, recovery/addictions, as well as, money/priority management.
In 2000, Jim and Donna blended a family and have six adult children and 11 grandchildren. He enjoys reading and being outdoors with neighbors, family and friends.