Megan is a pastor’s kid who got to stop traveling in her early teens and put roots down in southwest Virginia – a decision she is grateful for every day. She graduated from Bluefield University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice while working for a private law firm.
She learned from the legal field not to be afraid of what sin can do to a life, but to embrace what a holy God can do with a broken life. This background made her find joy in helping broken people get their lives back in order and fueled a desire to be a counselor. She had doors open for her to attend Dallas Theological Seminary, where she is currently studying, pursuing a Master’s in Christian Education with a focus in women’s ministry.
She claims the next best thing to not being a counselor is having the everyday privilege of supporting a counseling ministry. She loves an adventure and finds the Virginia mountains are always calling, is working on an ice cream addiction, is holding Bible studies with friends, and taking time out for Jesus to help her with the troubles He never leaves her in.