Coaching and training the "players" in the "game" of life.
Christian Family Services
Mon - Fri Appointment only
Dane Tyner is founder and director of the ministry. He has served as an ordained Christian minister since May of 1979. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theology From Oral Roberts University and a Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern State University. He has been a charter member of the American Association of Christian Counselors since 1986. Extensive experience in inner healing and relational healing, gained while serving 15 years in local church ministry, further equipped him to found Home Improvement Ministry, Inc. in 1994. His wife, Kathryn, works closely with him in ministry. Dane has written articles for a variety of publications and posts articles on a writer's website Wrytestuff.com.
Sat - SunClosed
At Home Improvement Ministry, we make a conscious, continual effort to ensure that the counsel as well at the counselor is Christian in nature. Simply put, that means we want our theories, our methods, and our techniques to be pleasing to and honoring of Jesus, our Lord.
We offer individual counseling, marriage counseling, family counseling, and blended family counseling. Though we do not do any drug or alcohol treatment, we work with many people whose alcohol or other drug problems are fueling relational problems in their life. And addictive problems always fuel relational problems.
Our work can be classified in two different and related categories: inner healing and relational healing. Inner healing is that work which touches the heart and mind of an individual after something destructive has harmed the person. Relational healing is that aspect of our work where we help those with a damaged relationship do what they can to repair and restore that relationship.
We help people with communication skills, anger management, conflict resolution, grief resolution, and self-control issues. All of this we do in a Christian context, holding biblical views and values dear.
We are right off of the Broken Arrow Expressway near the 31st & Yale exit. We are in the 2:20 Center, just east of Hudson Avenue on 32nd Street.