Hasn’t it been a horrible year? That’s certainly how I felt about it when I recently started to reflect on the last twelve months. I lost friends to the pandemic, I nearly lost my mum after a fall, I’ve been stuck at home for months, and I have nothing to look forward to. I feel… Read more
We’re hearing from experts in the field of psychology and mental health who are warning us of an epidemic that is on the horizon. This isn’t the pandemic. This isn’t an impending third, fourth or even fifth wave. This is a global mental health crisis on a level that we have never seen before, and… Read more
Mrs Jones was a phenomenal teacher and community organiser. She was particularly active in her local church where she had rejuvenated the Sunday school, the classrooms of which were packed to the rafters with dedicated teachers and excited and engaged children. For decades the Sunday school had been the talk of the town and the… Read more
I offer one-on-one spiritual direction to a limited number of people. If you are interested in booking a session with me, feel free to contact me to find out about availability and answer any questions you may have.
I am an experienced public speaker and preacher. Whether it be Writing for Wellness, A Walk with God, Spiritual Gifts, or another subject, if you would like me to come to your church or group, please message me for availability.
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I am an author and podcaster. You can find my book, “Writing for Wellness: Surviving Lockdown One Word at a Time,” on Amazon and Kindle.
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“I am so grateful to Olivia for all the support she had given me over the years. Her love of Jesus is infectious and I go away from our conversations inspired to go deeper with God.”
— Emma W.
“I really struggled with my relationship with God after losing someone close to me. Olivia helped me to realize that it’s OK to get angry with God and how, through the Psalms of Lament, I could find my way back to Him.”
— Catherine O.