Helping people have heartfelt knowledge of God's Glory and Grace.


Fostering spiritual growth and mental well-being by providing scholarships and grants that recognize and foster scholarly achievements and research in the pastoral counseling and Christian counseling fields to create counseling, mentoring, and discussion group environments that facilitate encounters with the Holy Spirit to receive power to know God's glory and feel God's unconditional love at an identity level.

A person with their arms outstretched in the middle of a field.
A person standing in front of a head with a cross on it.


 Eudokias (εὐδοκίας) is the final Greek word in Luke 2:14, “Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.” (NIV) We are created to both glorify God and allow his unmerited favor (grace) to rest on and define us. Genuine respect for God's glory is the beginning of wisdom (Prov 9:10), and a true, heartfelt belief that we are God's beloved little children is the key to greater peace and mental well-being. Being continually filled in our hearts with God’s perfect love through the power of the Holy Spirit will cast out all fear and anxiety, leading to true peace, real freedom, and purposeful use by God in unimaginable ways, all to God's glory.