About

I am a grateful believer in Jesus Christ who struggles with work-a-holism and striving. I have always wanted to do great things for God and for the world around me. I’m a planner, organizer, and do-er who came to the end of herself in 2007. God has since been teaching me to rest in Him, all the while enjoying life and working very hard.  I have been married since 1985 and have two married children bringing my total of kids up to four. I work as the Celebrate Recovery Coordinator in Moscow, ID and have many opportunities to have intentionally helpful conversations. 

I am now offering Biblical Mentoring Services to those who are in need of spiritual nurture, guidance, and assistance. Being accepted as a client is based upon my discretion and availability.

“Biblical Mentoring” is helping people become mature in Christ for the growth of the body for the building up of itself in love. (Eph. 4: 11-16). “Mentor,” as the term is used herein, means a trained person helping to care for people with life’s struggles by assisting the clergy in the ministry of pastoral care.

Participation in a local Christian church is encouraged (not required). This mentoring is from a Biblical perspective, but you are not required to own this belief system. Open discussion about spiritual matters will be encouraged. Church hurts can be huge and you may need time to heal from those before investing yourself in a church again.

Mentoring services are offered on-line for a fee of $40 per hour. Additionally, the non-profit ministry of Project Hope, Inc. accepts donations and you can donate to support the services provided by this ministry. These donations will be used for any of the ministries that Project Hope, Inc. oversees including but not limited to Celebrate Recovery, Prison Ministry, the local jail ministry, as well as Mentoring Services.

Disclaimer: This is a service whereby a non-licensed (lay) individual of God’s grace and mercy provides care to people who are seeking help from a Biblical perspective. As the term is used herein, “Mentor” does not describe a professional psychological service or refer to a surrogate mental health care provider; it describes the work of a lay minister.