The central issue discussed in this article is that three resources of Christian counseling would help one to grow into personal maturity. It involves the question of accepting the important role of Christian counseling in the maturing process of a person and thus achieving change and maturity. There are many biblical statements of maturity: 1) that maturity is the putting off our old self and putting on the new self; 2) that maturity is better described as dynamic process rather than static state; 3) that change is occurred when we live according to Holy Spirit. Sin is the primary problem the counselor must deal with in this process, and the Word of God is foundational to all significant and lasting life change. Then, this article analyzes three resources-mind, interpersonal relationships, and healing-from a maturational orientation in order to prove that they play a central role in growing and maturing. First, the role of the mind is evaluated in the context of the change process followed, finally, by a Christian rationale of cognitive therapy. The essence of a person is revealed in our mind about personal identity, quality of life, and personal responsibility. The renewal of mind unto biblical truth needs ongoing repentance and obedience in the power of the Holy Spirit. Second, the article shows the need for the influence of maturity provided by relationship with God and others. Relationship including spiritual role modeling is powerful in shaping the life. Christian counseling, with its concern to the processes of growing and maturing in relationships, has a biblical frame of reference which positively reinforces a developing maturity in relation to God, as well as others. Third, the awareness of hurt in a counselee's personal past and its healing have a significant influence upon his change of his manner of life. Change occurs in the present. It involves acceptance and catharsis of the hurts, and repentance of the distorted values, and the releasing from the past and putting on of new behavior patterns.