My name is Jeremy and I am a Christian, husband, father, therapist, blogger, and writer.
I am a born-age Christian who was a preacher’s kid, later growing up, serving as a volunteer, and then for 8 years being a missionary for Youth for Christ. I’ve got a Master’s degree in Family Ministry at Winebrenner Theological Seminary and Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health from Denver Seminary. I serve in our local church with Prepare-Enrich and on the mental health team.
Husband and Father
One big takeaway in this life is my family. They are of utmost concern to me, beyond any personal accomplishments or career dreams. I love my wife, Ashley, and our three children. I may not be perfect at it, but I see my service to them as my most important priority only second to God’s calling.
I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and program coordinator in Ohio as a substance abuse and mental health therapist at a local community counseling center.
I have zero aspirations of becoming a career blogger, even though I find myself in that role a couple of different times. The joy of writing to empower and encourage others is exciting for me. I am currently blogging primarily at ChurchAndMentalHealth.
Coming from someone whose worst subject in high school was English, this is a big step for me. I’ve written youth ministry curriculums, curriculum for group therapy, devotionals, and mental health resources for the Church.