Find Answers. Know Truth. Experience Hope.


“My goal is to help you see the freedom and fullness of what you have in Christ—addressing the trials you are going through. I want to help you find answers in the Word of God, to know the truth God has given us, and to experience the hope found in Him.” —Robin Hulce, Founder Applied Biblical Counseling

Wisdom from the Original Blueprint

Good construction depends on good planning. The Bible reveals the truth of God’s love for humanity and His blueprint for living. Applied Biblical Counseling looks to the Word of God as the basis for learning God’s truth.

Finding Your Vertical and Horizontal Place

Living in a fallen world, we can lose our place. In Psalm 119:105, the psalmist writes that “Your Word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light to my path.” The Bible shows the compassion of Jesus towards the hurting and the lost. Applied Biblical Counseling wants to help you find what God’s Word says concerning you and whatever challenges you may be facing. “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword…,” Hebrews 4:12.

Timeless Truth for a Solid Foundation

In Matthew 7:24, Jesus says that “Therefore everyone who hears these words of Mine and acts on them, may be compared to a wise man who built his house on the rock.” Applied Biblical Counseling is dedicated to coming alongside you as a brother and friend to discover the foundational teachings on which you can stand during the storms of life.

Words & Verses
Salvation Applied Biblical Counseling

This is a pretty presumptuous word. It presumes that someone is lost and needs saving. This presumes a negative. This… Read More

Joy Applied Biblical Counseling

What is joy? What does it look like? How is it expressed or seen in my life? The more I… Read More

Waiting On God Applied Biblical Counseling
Waiting On God

Could our waiting on God be unnecessarily difficult because we don't know what we are waiting for? Our paradigm is… Read More

Robin Hulce

Imagine a meeting with a counselor that is more like a meeting with a friend over a cup of coffee. As a former contractor, heavy equipment operator and business owner, Robin Hulce has a friendly, informal, “blue collar” approach to counseling that will put you at ease.