Alan and Sherry Pogue are licensed Marriage and Family Therapists with many years of experience in both counseling and ministry. They have been married for over 35 years with three grown children, and eight grandchildren. Together they manage a team of professionals at Pogue & Associates Counseling.
Alan Pogue is licensed by the State of Arkansas as both a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Professional Counselor. He has over twenty years of experience helping individuals, couples, and families to improve their life. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, as well as a Masters in Human Relations and a Doctor of Philosophy in Interpersonal Communication from the University of Oklahoma.
Dr. Pogue holds specialty licenses from the State of Arkansas in Supervision and in Technology Assisted Counseling and Supervision. He holds the National Certified Counselor and Distance Certified Counselor designations from the National Board of Certified Counselors.
Dr. Pogue is also an adjunct instructor for John Brown University. He taught undergraduate and graduate courses at Harding University, Friends University, Butler County Community College and Pulaski Technical College. He has also presented Continuing Education workshops, classes, and seminars for schools and professional conferences.
Sherry Pogue is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has a specialization in school counseling and Distance counseling. She graduated from Harding University with a Education Specialist degree in School and Professional Counseling. She has over 20 years in education in the classroom, as an administrator and as a school counselor.
Her experiences with families and children in the classroom as an educator have been invaluable as a licensed counselor. Sherry has worked with people in all phases of their life, from small children to aging adults. She has helped children with school and development issues as well working with families dealing with difficult behaviors in their children. She has helped blended families build strong bonds from weak beginnings. Sherry worked with aging adults dealing with depression and end of life issues. Now, she focuses much of her time in helping missionaries around the world strengthen their marriages, fight depression or emotional fatigue, address concerns with raising children in another culture, and helping them find the emotional and spiritual support they need to succeed on mission.
How to reach us:
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Skype – sherry.pogue
Phone/Facetime – 501-658-6193(US)
Graham and Heather Sutherlin are the hosts and caretakers of the Chateau ClaireFontaine. Together with their three children, they minister to our missionaries in the field by providing a safe refuge and a quiet respite.
Graham is a credentialed actuary and the President of Cedarview Inc., an actuarial consulting firm that works with health insurance companies and small businesses. He is also a talented craftsman, building wood furniture in his free time that will be handed down for generations.
Heather is an author. She enjoys cooking and a table filled with good friends. As the hostess of Chateau ClaireFontaine, Heather is often the first person guests meet before they even arrive as she takes their reservation and helps them coordinate their travel plans. She finds joy in preparing their rooms, and sharing a home-cooked meal with guests who all arrive as strangers, but leave as friends.
Their three teenagers are excited about this big adventure and hope to bring together other teens who are living abroad into an international youth group that can encourage one another. They are avid “nerds” who enjoy video games, Youtube, anime, and helping mom come up with crazy things for her books.
How to reach us:
Phone: 06 79 98 27 20 (France)