Hope and Healing

Featured Speakers & Class Opportunities

For questions, please contact Congregational Care at The Church of The Apostles

404.564.3149 | awitt@apostles.org

CLASSES – Spring & Summer

Hope and Healing

6 Weeks | Sundays 9:15 A.M. | April 15-May 20th.

Choices and circumstances create opportunities and in some cases circumstances.  We tend to deal with things independently missing out on the life-giving nature of relationship with God, ourselves, and others. Anxiety, Depression, Addiction, and Preventable death are all areas where we tend to “fight” alone, but where life hurts God does in fact heal.  During this six-week class we are going to unpack these topics in hopes of better understanding our struggles and inviting God to direct us along pathways of peace.

Open to anyone.

For Women: Loving Myself as God Does

10 Weeks | Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. | April 17 – June 19 | Room 244

Taught by Micky Land, LPC. Understand how accepting yourself as God does advances your emotional and spiritual life. The class will be led in a small group format in Room 244 on. Micky’s book Ending the War with Myself will be available in class and is included in the registration fee of $15.

Space is limited, register at www.apostles.org/care

For Women: Live Wisely

7 Weeks | Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 P.M | April 17 – May 29 | Room 237ABCD

Come learn how to make practical Christ-honoring and clear decisions, build perseverance and confidence, overcome destructive desires, use your words for good, and grow in prayer.

Join us on Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. for 7 weeks, starting on April 17 and ending on May 29. Bill Hybels book, Living Wisely will be provided in the registration fee of $10.00. Led by Angela Ost, Room 237ABCD.

Register at www.apostles.org/care

For Men: Pursuing Purity, Purpose and Power

10 Weeks Tuesday nights 6:30 – 8:00 P.M. |  April 17 – June 19 | Room 229BC.

Authenticity, acceptance, and accountability are crucial for every man to live a life of significance. Each Tuesday night will feature Biblical teaching, testimony, and table groups. Greg Williams and Jeff Hodges will teach, using the book, The Godly Man’s Picture by Thomas Watson, as a reference. Come and be encouraged, equipped, and empowered.

Registration is $5.00.  Join us any week!

Register at www.apostles.org/care 


Jeanine Dungan

Counselor, The Church of the Apostles

Jeanine Dungan is a Christian Counselor who has a Master’s Degree in Nursing from Houston Baptist University as well as a Master of Arts in Counseling Ministry from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She was on staff at North Suburban Evangelical Free Church in Deerfield Illinois for seven years as the Director of their Care and Counseling Ministry before moving to Atlanta. Jeanine helps our Congregational Care department by offering short term, solution focused counseling for members of Apostles, as well as the Atlanta community.




Rand Eberhard

Director of Congregational Care, The Church of the Apostles

I grew up in Alpharetta Georgia and have been shaped by the love of God throughout my life. Before attending Toccoa Falls Bible College I met my wife Jenny, since then we have been in ministry together. By God’s grace and truth, I am a recovered addict / alcoholic and graduate of No Longer Bound. I have served as a recovery and youth Pastor in Atlanta with a heart for people and their pain for the last ten years. I am also a recent graduate from Fuller Theological Seminary. Jenny and I have been entrusted to love and lead three daughters Eliza, Olivia, and Emma Drew. It is a blessing and honor to have been called into Congregational Care at The Church of The Apostles. My wife met the Lord in this great church and I formerly served as a youth pastor here in STS. We are excited to see what God has for us and wants to do through us.
God has given me a heart for people and how we together might look to his Word for power and hope as we each face the human struggle. It is a true blessing to journey with Dr. Youssef and the congregation as we seek God’s heart for this city and world. We look forward to growing with each of you. If you are a visitor, looking for a church home, we invite you to grown in faith, hope, in Christ, at Church of The Apostles.



Ben Hunter, MD

Psychiatrist & Medical Director of Outpatient Services, Skyland Trail

Dr. Ben Hunter joins Skyland Trail as Medical Director of Outpatient Services.  Dr. Hunter completed his medical training at Emory University followed by psychiatric residency at the University of Pennsylvania, where he served as chief resident during his final year.  Additionally, Dr. Hunter completed fellowships in psychoanalysis through the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia and organizational psychiatry with the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry.  During his training, he received numerous distinctions including the University of Pennsylvania’s Laughlin Foundation Award for outstanding professional achievement as well as the Kenneth D. Cohen Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Award.
Dr. Hunter’s career in healthcare has been informed by lifelong involvement in team sports. Following an All-American baseball career at Wake Forest University and selection in the Major League Baseball draft, he ultimately decided that medicine was his calling. Dr. Hunter continues to share his athletic passion by advocating for healthy lifestyle as a critical element of physical and emotional well-being.




LPC Missy McClatchey

Missy McClatchey, MS, LPC, NCC, is a counselor, coach and consultant who provides clients with tools to thrive in every aspect of life. Be it personal or professional, she helps clients reach their individual potential.Missy earned her Bachelors degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She earned her Masters of Science in Community Counseling from Georgia State University. Missy enjoys working with individuals, couples, teens, moms, young adults, professionals and organizations. She enjoys helping clients through life, career and organizational transitions as well as effectively managing anxiety and depression.
Missy has spent the past 20 years working to counsel, coach and consult individuals and organizations in the areas of coaching, leadership development, goal setting, change and performance management.