About Us

In 1995 Rev. Larry & Denise Ginn owned and operated The Covenant Resource Center, a Christian Book store. Within five years of operation many customers not only purchased bibles, books, music and Church supplies, they would also share their  stories about dysfunction and negative personal relationships within the family. Sometimes Pastoral counseling would be given on marital or family relationships, and at other times they would provide books, videos, tapes, CD’s or other resources to assist individuals or families with the challenges in their lives. They provided parenting classes, workshops, and a meeting place for community involvement and volunteering.The purpose of ACI is to offer family counseling, a variety of educational workshops, resources and valuable information that can have a positive impact on an individual or the family. We also offer life coaching for individuals and couples. ACI has two products for release in 2010; “POWER PARENTING TODAY” and “The Romance Game.” Now this vision has become a reality.​
We also offer life coaching for individuals and couples.

Our Mission:  To serve, connect and educate individuals and families. Use community resources to teach our children; direct, encourage, educate and assist the community to become stronger. To provide positive services and resources for individuals and their families to bring a better quality of life within our community. We believe that fostering strong relationships within the family, can lead to a healthy community.

Bio: Reverend Larry Ginn is a product of the Long Beach Unified School District and  an honor graduate of Springfield College, Springfield Massachusetts and graduate of Azusa Pacific University, with a M.A. in Clinical Psychology; MFT (Marriage & Family Therapy).

Rev. Ginn currently is a member of the following organizations: AAMFT (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy), AACC (American Association of Christian Counselors) The 7 Couples (A Marriage Enrichment group),  CMA (Christian Management Association).  

​Rev. Ginn has been an invited guest speaker at various churches, retreats, schools, organizations, radio and cable access channels throughout Los Angeles and Orange County, where he has discussed family enhancement and parenting issues. He was selected to moderate “Enough is Enough”, a violence prevention and intervention program featured on Charter Cable Access sponsored by a Leadership Long Beach special project. Rev. Ginn was interviewed in “2001” by CBS news on “Why the Traditional Family is Fading Fast.”

Rev. Ginn co-moderates an on-going symposium entitled “Spirituality and the Environment” with the Chairman and CEO of the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. He has been honored with the 2005 NCCJ (National Conference for Community and Justice) “Gene Lentzner Human Relations Award.”

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