The purpose of the FCM is to equip them with those tools so that they can be used. They may or may not be called a ‘counselor’ but they will use the understanding, skills and methods of counselling as they share the gospel and disciple people. “Ministry” – this is the action word. Our desire is that our students are equipped for, called into and become active in ministry, applying what they have learned to extend the Kingdom of God. Our vision is to begin equipping people in the Christian counselling arena by introducing them to a biblical counselling philosophy, imparting basic counselling skills, and walking with them through their own growth and healing process. In this process, we help our students discover their own vision for how they can take what they gain in our schools and “disciple” their own domain.
All topics connect head understanding with heart and action application
I believe we get blessed for ourselves and to be a blessing to others.
I did a number of counselling schools with YWAM, and am passionate to see people’s potential being unlocked.
I was born in the Netherlands, and live in Cape Town since 2005. I was a teacher, and was also involved in a ministry with homeless people in Amsterdam. In recent years I was involved in a prison ministry in Cape Town.
My passion is to help hurting people and to empower people to reach their potential and destiny as God intended. I enjoy doing arts and crafts, and I am also discovering how to use this as a ministry tool to unlock self-worth and dignity.
I’m from Cape Town and did my DTS in Muizenberg in 1996, and various counselling schools in Amsterdam and Switzerland. I am a qualified social worker and is married to Jaco.
Currently serving in ywam muizenberg and used to serve in staffing and leading Discipleship training schools!