The central aim of this study focuses on proposing an integrative holistic healing model, related to the Kingdom of God, for the purpose of guarantying the identity and efficiency of the Christian holistic healing. Recently, although various types of holistic healing ministries have been peformed among many parishioners in the Korean Church, we can not deny there have been a lot of negative effects and victims, which may be due to irrelevant integration of theology and psychology in holistic healing approaches. According to theological examination of anthropology, we notice that a human being should be considered as a whole person, whose spiritual, psychological, physical, socio-cultural, intellectual, emotional, volitional dimensions are so organically intermingled that they cannot be separated in substantial level. In the light of theological understanding of whole person and the Kingdom of God, which can be used as major theological frameworks of holistic healing in the Christian Counseling, several holistic healing models are explored. Finally, an integrative holistic healing model is established and proposed, in which a whole person is considered as a eschatological being under the recreational work of God. Within this model, the separation of various dimensions of a whole person is allowed only in conceptual and functional level, while the work of the kingdom of God is emphasized.