As a Licensed Professional Counselor, John counsels couples in the areas of marriage, sexual issues, family system issues, and parenting.

He also assists individuals in the areas of depression, addictions, anger, and spiritual matters.

John and his wife, Sue, have been married over 35 years and have two children. Karen grew up in Canton, Ms and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Bellhaven University, a Master of Science degree in Sociology from Mississippi College and most recently earned a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary.

credentials in Texas and is currently pursuing these credentials in Mississippi.

Chris has served church staff families in Mississippi for over 27 years in a variety of positions.

He currently serves as a staff counselor at Broadmoor Baptist Church.

He performs marital, family, and individual therapy encompassing many grief, elder issues and provides spiritual counsel. Before coming to Broadmoor, Cliff served at Parkview Baptist Church in Metairie, Louisiana as the Senior Adult Minister where he supplied counseling to homebound and nursing home members as well as individual and marital therapy including depression and conflict resolution.

He is also the co-author of1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents - Effective Discipline for Children 2-12.

1-2-3 Magic is currently the most popular discipline plan in America.

He also served as Pastoral Care Pastor at First Baptist Church of Jackson, Mississippi, where he provided pastoral counsel, visited hospitals and nursing homes, and performed weddings and funerals.

Cliff enjoys woodworking, hunting, fishing, and traveling with his wife.

Chris lives in Madison with his wife of twenty-one years, Jill, and their three children, Reagan, Kennedy and John Walker.

Cliff Hardin was raised in Leakesville, Mississippi and graduated from Mississippi College in Clinton, Mississippi with a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Christian Studies and a minor in Psychology.

John grew up in Clinton, MS where his father was a religion professor at Mississippi College.