ABOUT US

Brian & Carla J. Combs

We have been in ministry for more than 30 years. With a beginning in Campus Ministry, our journey also includes a private marriage and family therapy practice, directing the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s ministry to the Next Generation, Public School Counseling and multiple roles (Staff and Lay) within the local church. Over the years, God has developed within us a passion to serve as catalysts to help people grow to be more like Jesus. We have learned that the best and most productive way to grow people is through a healthy local church, God’s Body.

 

We consider ourselves conservative evangelical followers of Jesus. Our educational background has worked to solidify our faith in Jesus while exposing us to many diverse views of the world.

 

Brian’s received a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health Promotion from the University of Kentucky. From there he received a Master of Divinity in Christian Education with an emphasis in Campus Ministry from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Lastly, Brian received a Doctor of Philosophy degree in College Student Personnel from the University of Louisville.

Carla holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies from the University of Kentucky and a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary.

Over the years, God has developed within us a passion to minister to individuals, couples, families and organizations to help them experience God’s best. This involves meeting each individual or organization where they are in their growth process, identifying next steps and then helping them navigate those next steps. We would be honored to have an opportunity to come alongside you and/or your church to help you prepare for and engage this next season of ministry.

 

What do we do?

We commit to do all we can to come alongside you, your church or organization to help you experience God's best. We will focus on four phases of development that include: assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.