The counseling ministry at North Hills exists to help hurting people through the loving and patient process of restorative discipleship.
NOTE: All services are offered for those who are members or regular attenders of North Hills.
Ryan Berg has been a member at North Hills since 2012 and has been involved in counseling and discipleship in various forms for over sixteen years. He holds a master’s degree in counseling from North Greenville University and an advanced certificate in biblical counseling from the American Association of Christian Counselors. Ryan is passionate about helping others understand and embrace their identity in Jesus, and walking with them as they daily live that out. Ryan is married to Carol and they have a son and a daughter.
Jim has been counseling since 1985. His background includes coaching on the college level and counseling/discipleship in the church, at a university, and in a community counseling ministry. Jim earned his Master’s degree in Pastoral Counseling at Northland International University. He especially loves it when married couples more fully comprehend how God uses each other to grow and sanctify one another. Jim & Marie have been married for 42 years. They have three adult children and seven grandchildren.
Lynn Adams has been counseling for over 25 years in both private and public service organizations, including nearly a decade as a school counselor. She has been an active part of the counseling ministry at North Hills since she and her family began attending over 15 years ago. She has a Master’s degree in counseling, and is a licensed counselor in the state of South Carolina. Lynn is passionate about the gospel of Jesus Christ and earnestly desires to see God’s people flourish in their faith as they embrace God’s Big Story of redemption in their own lives. She is married to Mike and has one adult daughter.
Sheron Wallace has been working in the Counseling Ministry at North Hills for over5 years. She graduated from Clemson, and has had discipleship and crisis care training. She knows that we are all sinners in need of a Redeemer, and has a passion for walking alongside hurting people and watching as the grace and mercy of Jesus transforms hearts and lives. Sheron is married to Jack and has 5 children.
Types of Biblical Soul Care
Counseling, or “Soul Care” is not something that can always be categorized. God has made everyone in wonderfully unique (Ps. 139:14) ways and each being, created in God’s image faces different challenges. NHC desires to shepherd our people as best we can, with the Holy Spirit’s help.
There are no “levels” of counseling, but as each person presents with different care needs, NHC seeks to meet those needs in ways that are encouraging, effective and consistent with the truth of scripture.
Additional Community Contacts
Julie Valentine Center (Care following sexual assault)
Piedmont Women’s Center (Crisis Pregnancy & Abortion Recovery)
Shepherd’s Gate (Residential, Christ-centered recovery program for women)
Overcomers (Residential, Christ-centered recovery program for men)
Renewal (Long term transitional Christ-centered program for women)
NOTE: Contact the counseling office for referral to
additional community counseling ministries and resources.
Emergency Contact Info
If you or someone you know is in a crisis and in need of immediate care, please call 911 for help.
SC DSS Child Safety Abuse or Neglect Report – (864) 467-7750
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1 (800) 273-8255
National Domestic Violence Helpline -1 (800) 799-7233