About Me

Welcome to my Blog!

The purpose of this site is to share hope and truth through poetry, essays, and blogs that will encourage and uplift the reader. I want to use my experience to bring hope to those who feel lost and hopeless because of childhood experiences and to bring encouragement to those who help them.

I hold a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Arts in Apologetics, Emphasis in Cultural Apologetics from Houston Baptist University.  I also hold a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Graceland University.

With over 30 years of experience in foster care and social work, I have a wealth of experience from which to draw as I offer guidance to women in their journey of healing. I have seen, both professionally and personally the devastation created by child abuse.

My writing also reflects my personal journey to healing. After years of counseling and spiritual healing, I co-founded The Living as Conquerors Center, where I co-authored several Bible Studies and small group curricula that integrate faith, reason, and imagination to help participants navigate the chaos created by childhood trauma. Various churches in the Austin, TX area as well as in Wyoming and, most recently, in Delaware included the material as part of their Women’s Ministry programs. I currently provide guidance to the new owners of the ministry, Eleanora and Cheryl Luke, as they bring the material into the 21st-century.

I also contribute to other blogs such as,  “Connecting with Grief”,  on The Perennial Gen Blog and a short video testimony, “Near Death Experience: An Unexpected Conversation with Jesus”, on Michael Licona’s YouTube Channel.

I am currently working on a memoir, What Kind of Love is This: Finding God in the Darkness, which is in the early draft stage.

Thank you for stopping by. Please look around!

4 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Sharing your story will be a blessing to so many. Congrats on returning to school!! I look forward to following your journey.

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  2. Thank you for your courage to share your message of hope. May God bless you and those you continue to help.

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