This article seeks the answer to the question, “What is the Evangelical Christian counseling?” Although the question seems to be obvious and theoretical, it will be a meaningful pursuit in order to figure out the current status of the Evangelical Christian counseling, keep its identity and restore correctly its significance. The first focus is upon the traditional understanding of evangelical theology, evangelical faith, and core values of the movement. Second, the article exams the definition and distinctives of Christian counseling accepting in the Anglosphere. It gives us far more clear understanding of the features of the Evangelical Christian counseling which need to be built and recovered today. In addition to the precedent study on this topic, evangelization, discipleship, sin, and the Scripture are emphasized. After setting up the category of the Evangelical Christian counseling, the article focuses more specifically on the relationship of Biblical counseling, Christian psychology, and integration view to evangelicalism. Third, the article suggests some areas of research and practice related to building up the Evangelical Christian counseling. And then, it discusses Christian counselor’s spirituality, spiritual resources from Christian sour care tradition, the necessity of integrating several topics from a Christian world view, and new framework of Christian counseling.