The Center For Christian Counseling and Spiritual Resource

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Dr. Keith Davis has been a licensed and ordained minister for over 40 years. Keith and his wife Kathy have worked together as a team throughout that time. As pastors they have worked with individuals and couples, counseling and encouraging in many different ways. They have been involved in just about every aspect of church life and ministry in a variety of denominations. Keith and Kathy have had opportunity to pastor churches in Iowa, Washington, California and Nebraska, including planting two churches in California.

 Over the last dozen years or so they have worked together as professional Christian counselors working with individuals and couples dealing with personal, relational, spiritual, emotional and psychological issues of all kinds. As counselors they recognize the need to integrate psychological and spiritual issues in helping people to deal more effectively with life's problems. Keith and Kathy embrace a Biblical view of life and relationships and believe God's Word provides clear and dependable guidelines for living. They use a variety of tools and methodology and provide pathways to develop strategies for change. Removing symptoms is not the same as healing the cause. It is God who ultimately completes the process of change and healing as individuals respond to and apply the principles of God's Word.

Keith and Kathy's specialty is working as a husband/wife team which allows them to bring a unique male and female perspective to effectively get to the bottom line of marriage and ministry issues. You will benefit from their differing perspectives and the interaction between Keith and Kathy as they work with you to help you develop new skills and tools to help your relationship and ministry grow.

 Along with a Bachelor's degree in Bible/Theology and Sacred Music, Keith has both a Master's degree and Ph.D. in Christian Counseling. Keith is also a licensed, ordained minister with The Christian and Missionary Alliance organization and is an active member of The American Association of Christian Counselors. They also serve as part-time Chaplains at the National Office of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Colorado Springs.

Keith and Kathy have five children ranging in age from 25-31, including twins and an adopted daughter. Kathy is active in a leadership role with women in her local church, has been a mentor to many other women and has served in various denominational leadership positions with women over the years.