Her MFT license and EMDR training offer diversity to our program. Her gentle yet powerful love of others (and maybe Mac Powell) are second only to her deeply abiding love for Jesus. Jenni's quiet strength and expert training are an invaluable asset to all.
Our Chief Financial Officer keeps us up and running. Erin gives countless hours of time and expertise to those in need. Her accounting prowess is balanced out by her quick wit and exceptional sense of humor. No one can light up a room like our Erin!
Our director of Community Life and Class Development makes sure we're connecting and growing as God's people. As a mother of four, Yolanda knows how to maintain balance, keeping Jesus in the forefront of all the craziness life can throw at us.
mission & vision
To bring healing to the wounded, hurting, and broken hearted through authentic connection and relationship with Christ the Healer as well as maturing relationships with others.
In the potter's Hands - christian counseling
Our Intercessor Team Chief ensures we are spiritually covered in prayer for every session and endeavor. Whether enjoying corporte worship or in her own intimate times with Jesus, Holly's incredible connection to our Savior fuels her tender love for others.
My initial desire to work as a Christian counselor was all about helping others receive their healing and breakthroughs. But, as God would have it, He wanted to heal and mature me on this journey as well. Such GRACE!!! I'm so fortunate to get to partner with Him and those He brings to our Community as He allows us the privilege of watching Him perform miracle after miracle everyday! Ah...The abundant life! ... And it's available to all of us!
REMNANT Worship : 4/8 - 5/1 - 6/10 - 7/8
4/29 - CONNECT Clothing Exchange
5/27 - CONNECT BBQ
6/24 - CONNECT Park Day
Toni L. Taigen
Offers life changing opportunities through genuine relationships with others. Helps facilitate healing and maturing:
spiritually, emotionally and relationally.
"So I went down to the potter's house, and there he was working at his wheel. And the vessel he was making of clay was spoiled in the potter's hand, and he reworked it into another vessel, as it seemed good to the potter to do." Jeremiah 18:3-4