Help from our Friends
For a comprehensive list of universities and colleges where there is a Reformed University Fellowship chapter for your college bound high schooler
To gain greater understanding of how Christians can use their artistic ability for the glory of God, see Christians in the Visual Arts
For online bible translations and other study resources go to Bible Gateway
For a detailed guide to the church around the world, and targeted prayer items by country, visit operation world
HELP & COUNSELING
Step Ahead provides education and counseling services for those struggling with substance abuse. Founded by James Mell, LCADC and Karen Mell, LCADC, both with long and distinguished careers in substance abuse counseling, Step Ahead provides individual and family services in their office in Succasunna and their affiliate office on the Knowlton Church campus.
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-927-STEP
The women and men elected to be deacons and deaconesses at Knowlton serve the church behind the scenes, confidentially helping our people in crisis periods of their lives. Deacons primarily serve the physical, financial, and spiritual needs of the congregation. They provide financial assistance for rent, food, counseling, medical assistance, utilities, and other expenses. Much of their time is spent in prayer with and for their clients, building relationships with them, encouraging and counseling them with budget and basic life skills.
Contact Info: 908-459-5170
Cornerstone Counseling Center provides professional and clinical counseling for individuals who are seeking a deeper form of care to address specific issues in their lives. Led by James Long, Jr., MSW, Cornerstone's counselors are trained to walk through a variety of issues such as addiction, anger, depression, family issues, marital problems, pornography, relationships, spiritual issues and more.
Contact info: email@example.com or 973-584-1370