And the one who was seated on the throne said, “See, I am making all things new.” Also he said, “Write this, for these words are trustworthy and true."
All things new. This is you and me. This is all things. Although not an easy concept to embrace, the latter encouragement remains that it is both trustworthy and true.
There is an opportunity for new, for a better in your story. Wherever you are presently physically, spiritually, emotionally or mentally, there is One who’s love is greater still for you.
You aren’t alone. You are loved. Let’s find a better together.
“We are not all weak in the same spots, and so we supplement and complete one another, each one making up in himself for the lack of another.”
Thomas Merton, No Man is an Island
Embracing perceived or actualized weaknesses is a healthy and essential process of humanity. No one is without opportunity for growth and correction. We face a consistent choice whether to step into the sharpening of character or to fall into dullness of complacency and indifference.
Magrini Christian Counseling and Life Coaching| Magrini Services | Greater Still, LLC
I have a Bachelor of Science in Psychology along with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Studies from John Brown University. I am certified through the International Christian Coaching Association. I have had the opportunity to work alongside mental health specialists, clinicians, court advocacy liaisons, and judges in creating and implementing treatment plans for incarcerated men to enhance opportunities outside of correctional institutions. I have spent the last few years working alongside and within substance and personal recovery groups; working through past trauma, wounds, and consequences to find freedom in identity of newness, grace and love. Most recently I have been incredibly fortunate to work alongside sales agents and managers to create an ownership culture for success and business retention.
There is a common thread of serving and caring for families and individuals woven into my years whether clinically or in my years in the corporate world. I’m so grateful for such a holistic experience in that regard. My philosophy and practice integrate modern psychology and a theological spiritual perspective. I believe our value and worth root not in our action, reaction, or ability to control an outcome or circumstance but rather in a love greater still. My focus will be on the fullness of the person’s growth in psychological, physical, spiritual, and relational areas of life.
You aren’t defined by whatever life looks like today. There is a better, a greater still, in your journey of life.