FREE Sacred Space Sessions Now Available

During this unprecedented time of pandemic, I am offering free 30-minute, one-on-one sessions for mindfulness-based prayer and spiritual care.

Step 1: Click the button below to schedule your one-on-one session. A new window will open and take you to my Acuity scheduling page. Please provide your contact information when scheduling your session.

Step 2: I will reach out to you to ask you what your main need is for our time together. You can choose:

  • Listening session. This is a time for me to hold space for you as you share your present struggle.
  • Prayer session. I will prepare a time of guided prayer and meditation for you. While I am a follower of Jesus, I do not assume others are unless they disclose this, and I can hold space for you in prayer and meditation regardless of your faith framework.

Step 3: Our session will take place via Zoom. I will include this link via email and/or text message to you.

Step 4: After our session, please consider leaving a review on my Facebook page and/or donating via Venmo.

I am self-employed so any donations for your session are welcome, but not required–I know we are all struggling at this time.

The Journey Begins

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Maybe you’re questioning your faith.

Maybe you’re tired of organized religion.

Maybe you’re sick of church and going through the motions.

Maybe you’re tired of walking wounded by religious people who claim to love you.

Researchers show that a growing percentage of Americans identify as “Spiritual But Not Religious.” A vast number of these individuals have come from Christian backgrounds.

If this is you, you’re not alone.

I’ve spent the past few years asking questions, listening to stories, reading research studies, and writing a doctoral dissertation on this very topic. People are hurting and you might be one of them. But there is hope.

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton