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You may want to check seminaries, which are specialized schools where students study to become ministers but not exclusively. The education at such institutions is closely tied to the religious denomination of the school.
I would do a Google search of the two disciplines you mention. The Christian Psychology discipline will be unique and specific to an institution. Public colleges and universities will have psychology but will not be as specific as Christian psychology.
The other area you might want to consider: if you have a favorite psychologist and seeing where he or she went to school. There are different philosophies of psychology as well as different types of psychology and some schools are experts in these different areas.
Also, consider before you get your degree, what population would you like to work with? Children? Cognitively Challenged? Veterans? Families with specific areas of concerns? This may also drive your search to schools that may specialize in working with specific populations.
As for grants and scholarships, I'd again Google different psychological organizations or specific populations that you would like to work with.
I hope this helps.