Eagles Way Church 100 Hudson Road Griffin, GA 30224


At EWC, we believe all were created by God for quality relationships. It is when we fail to experience quality relationships that we are left with a variety of emotions. We hope to provide you with the tools and encouragement needed to experience the healthy relationships for which you were created. The purpose of the counseling team is to  present God’s loving plan of restoration for His church. Our mission is to teach people that God’s grace can heal even the most damaged soul.

  • EWC Counselors

    EWC Counselors share the same goal: to bring health and wholeness to the broken hearted. The type of counseling that is appropriate for you will be determined by you and the Director of Counseling at Eagles Way. Each counselor and coach is here to listen to you, walk with you, and help you move forward in life.
  • Mission Statement

    Extending God’s Love to gain peace, in the midst of life’s issues.
  • Goal

    Emotional & Spiritual wholeness.
  • How to Begin

    The first step is to call the church secretary at 770-228-4699, and inform her of the type of support you desire – Biblical Counseling, Life Coaching, or Professional Counseling. She will submit your information to our Director of Counseling, who will respond to your request within 48 hours. If you desire Biblical Counseling, please download the Life History Packet found on our website, or stop by the church office to fill one out. Please do this prior to your first appointment, and submit it to your counselor at the beginning of your first session. This questionnaire will remain completely confidential, and will only be reviewed by the Director of Counseling and your personal counselor or coach. Those desiring Professional Counseling will be directed by the New Seasons office concerning preliminary paperwork.
  • What's the cost?

    Our Biblical Counseling and Life Coaching are donations based services. You are encouraged to sow seed into the ministry as you are able, and all donations are tax deductible. Professional Counseling services are offered by Lynn Fulop, LPC, through New Seasons Counseling, Coaching and Consulting, LLC. Please refer to their website for fees and insurance filing information.
  • Counseling Objectives

    Your Counselor/Coach will listen to you without judgment, and try to understand where you are in life. He or she will encourage you and pray for emotional healing. You will be directed to, and encouraged to, embrace Biblical Truth.
  • Counseling Topics

    Individual, Marriage, Family, Children/Teen, Abuse, Addictions, ADHD, Bi Polar, OCD, PTSD, DID, Adultery, Anxiety, Career, Depression, Divorce, Eating Disorders, Financial, Grief and Loss, Mid-Life, Parenting, Relationships, Sexual Problems, and Stress.

Counselors and Coaches

Lynn Fulop


Lynn is Eagles Way’s Director of Counseling. She is a former public and private school educator who chose professional counseling as a second career. Her undergraduate degree was earned through the University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware, and her Masters in Counseling degree through Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. She holds a Professional Counseling license through the State of Georgia and is employed through New Seasons Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting with offices in Peachtree City and Griffin.

Lynn uses an integrative approach to Christian Counseling that combines cognitive behavioral therapy with Theophostic and Elijah House prayer ministries. Her professional affiliations include the Licensed Professional Counselor Association of Georgia as well as the American Association of Christian Counselors.

Lynn is able to bill most major health insurance companies for payment. Call the church office top schedule an appointment with her if you are interested in professional counseling and/or a mental health assessment.

Linda Kendrick

lindakLinda has been married for 35 years and is a mother of three grown daughters.  She has worked in the educational and medical fields for the last 20 years.  She is a Certified Biblical Counselor and has taken several training courses through Elijah House.  She graduated in 2009 from Light University with her certification from the American Association of Christian Counselors.

Linda is passionate about seeing wounded hearts find healing through the application of God’s love, grace, mercy, and forgiveness.  Her greatest joy is to help people become free and to enjoy God’s blessings for the rest of their lives.

Dr. Spencer Frye
Ordained Minister

SpencerDr. Spencer Frye is a retired pastor from the Presbyterian Church, USA. His educational background includes an undergraduate degree in Banking and Finance, Masters Degrees in Business Administration, Divinity and Christian Education, and a PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Spencer brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our Counseling team. He has done extensive counseling during his 34 years of service. His primary focus has been on Family Systems Therapy.

Joey Grubbs
Ordained Minister/Inspirational Life Coach

JoeyJoey is passionate about helping people with Life issues such as career choices, fundatmentals in relationships, and finances. He has completed Elijah House Biblical Counseling courses as well as Theophostic Prayer Ministries. He became a life coach in 2014 after studying under Dr. Ralph Martin. The difference between life coaching and counseling is basically the focus is on fundamentals and thought process. We explore and learn how to change our thinking through Biblical principles that focus on positive reflections in every area of our lives.  Joey also serves on the Board of Directors at Eagles Way Church. He and his wife, Kitty, live in Griffin and are the proud parents of five adult children as well as two grandchildren.

Dale Cordova

daleDale graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1966 with a B.S. in Education.  He attended Squadron Officers School and served 8 years in the Air Force as a captain and pilot.  He flew over 200 combat missions in Vietnam.  Following his military career, he spent 23 years as a commercial pilot for Atlantic Southeast Airlines.  He retired in 2004 as chief pilot of the airline, and currently resides in Griffin with his wife, Nora

Over the last several years, Dale has pursued his heart’s desire to become a Christian counselor.  He graduated from Elijah House School and received counseling certification from Light University by the Board of the American Association of Christian Counselors.