I’m Anne-Marie and I am currently chipping away at a Postgrad Diploma in Theology and working part-time as a counsellor. I am also a part-time hair stylist. It’s a combo I kinda love.
This blog is about pondering counselling and theology – sometimes together, sometimes separately – but always bearing both in mind. I am keen to see people flourish, and I think that in the face of the chaotic realities of this day and age, it is when people encounter, and moreover, act upon what is true in any given situation, they are accepting what was a pre-existing invitation into the great mystery of the good kind of life God has for them.
The good kind of life. (Emphasis on ‘good’ in case you missed that).
I don’t really know how else to describe what I have going on here other than that it is a creative selection of learnings and wonderings speaking through the voice of one (myself) not so immune to the hardness of life, but that is on a mission in the midst (rather than the absence) of that hardness, to know, speak and share more of the reality of who God really is – sometimes by explicitly naming it, but other times by naming where goodness is too.
Nga Mihi Nui.