According to the American Association of Christian Counseling, “Attending to the needs and issues of hurting people today is complex, and at times overwhelming. As today’s generations search for purpose, meaning and value, many experience a pervasive sense of emptiness and loneliness. And why shouldn’t they? In a world flooded with distresses like divorce, father absence, rampant sexual abuse, terrorism, anxiety, and depression, there seems to be an epidemic of escapism through drugs, alcohol, consumerism, sex, violence, and suicide. Yet it is in the darkest times that light shines the brightest. Despite the tension and emptiness, something seems to be happening across America — people are searching for God.”
Anthony and Willie Mae Church founded One To One Family Christian Counseling Inc. in 1997. They are a team and currently have succeeded in 60 plus years of marriage. They have also formally studied Christianity in the areas of Christian Education, Theology, Church Administration and Christian Counseling, with a Master’s Degree in Administration and Supervision, Christian Counseling, and Theology. Rev. Anthony P. Church Sr. also holds a Master’s Degree in Theology from International Seminary. Members of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Sharon Smith comes to the Executive Board with a high degree of professionalism from the area of Business Administration and Business Education, with a Bachelor’s Degree from Bethune Cookman University. Her work on countless projects within the Christian Church, from praise/worship, youth ministry, adult education, special projects as well as Christian Education, has expanded her Christian experience with understanding and compassion. Sharon also holds a Master’s Degree from Concordia University in Family Life. Member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Certified Mental Health Coach from Light University.
Brian Church comes to the Executive Board from a background in Management and Christian Counseling. Brian’s Banking and Financial Analysis background has given him the ability to analyze and provide solutions to diverse and problematic challenges. Brian is a graduate of International Seminary with a Certification in Practical Theology, and from the University of Phoenix, with a Bachelor’s degree in Management. Member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Certified Mental Health Coach from Light University, and a Professional Life Coach through the American Association of Christian Counselors and Light University.
Executive Vice President/CFO
Antonio Church comes to the Executive Board as well with a high degree of professionalism from the area of Business Administration through Accounting. Combining his ministerial studies with his professional detail orientation has expanded Antonio’s ability to serve in the administration and functional of ministries in a very efficient manner. Antonio is a graduate of Sum Bible College and Theological Seminary. Member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Minister of Global Village
Anthony P. Church Jr. comes to the Executive Board as the Minister of Global Village for One To One, Inc. He is a graduate of Cumberland College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Religion and Philosophy. Anthony’s knowledge, experience, and International travels has enhanced his ability to coordinate global missions. Member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Addiction is now the number one public health issue in the United States. Addiction can tear apart individuals and families and destroy lives. As Christians, God wants us to be His instruments of healing and restoration for those caught in the chains of addiction. The good news is that with today’s incredible medical and scientific advances that have refined the way we understand addictions, and with the application of spiritual transformation and renewal, we can offer real hope.No word brings more alarm, fear, pain, or concern than suicide. The statistics surrounding suicide are alarming: Over 40,000 Americans die by suicide every year. These are hurting people who desperately need our help.Every day we hear of a crisis or traumatic event that cripples the lives of people around us. Stress disorders are the most common mental health illnesses affecting nearly 40 million Americans annually. It’s also estimated that over seven million adults suffer from PTSD alone in any given year. Yet we also know that during times of hardship, people are most open to change.