We offer a faith based perspective for those individuals that would like to integrate their faith. We meet each individual where they are at in their relationship with Jesus, whether you feel close to God or are dealing with spiritual issues that have made you question God. Integrating biblical principles such as unconditional love, forgiveness, grace, mercy, truth, justice, and our identity in Christ can have a significant impact in the therapeutic and coaching process and your own personal growth, insight and healing.
Are you questioning why God is doing what he’s doing or if he is listening to you? Are you struggling with sin, issues of mental health, or insecurities and find it hard to open up to others because you don’t want others to know? Let us help you connect with God, let go of shame and guilt, and allow God to restore you. Remove barriers to your faith that might be internal or external and live in peace with yourself and God.
Our Beliefs and History
We each have a personal relationship with God and believe wholeheartedly in His promises, His truth and His power. To simplify our beliefs – we do believe that the Bible is the infallible word of God and that. 2 Timothy 3:16,17 “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” We actually met in church at church Youth group as teenagers, and went on to attend the christian school, Palm Beach Atlantic University for our undergrad degrees. We were both active in College ministry, leadership, and service. Nina attended The Focus on the Family Institute to further study christian worldview, marriage and family studies and her undergraduate degree was in Christian Social Ministries. We have each held jobs working at churches, in ministries, and Scott teaching Bible, History, and Coaching athletics at one of the Top christian High schools in the Nation where he received the “Christian Inspiration” Award and was repeatedly voted by the students as being their favorite teacher. We share these things only to share our commitment to God to those considering working with us that do not know us. What is far more important than that is the truth that we don’t have it all together, but we know the One who does. We have personal relationships with Jesus and we ask him to lead and guide us daily and transform every area of our lives.