Greetings, my name is Janine Robertson and Faith to Life Connections is my ministry, passion and calling. My life is about connection with God and serving him according to his will. I do this in my role as a wife, mother, preschool teacher, and a Christian Temperament Counselor.  I am a commissioned minister of Pastoral Care with Experience Ministries. My licensing as a Clinical Pastoral Counselor is from the National Christian Counselors Association and I am a certified Temperament Counselor.  Connection

God called me in 2012 to become a Christian Temperament Counselor. I moved forward into it with with fear and doubts but also with God’s strength and guidance. The concept of temperament intrigued me and learning more about it was a blessing beyond words. Knowing my unique needs and tendencies was an enlightening experience that has been invaluable to my growth in the Lord and I believe it is an essential key for each one of us to know our temperament and the temperaments of those close to us. It will help in gaining the connection with God and the healing he wants to provide.

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Connecting who God created in you with who God wants you to be is my mission. My passionate hope is to help parents have a better understanding and connection with God and learn how to meet all the needs of those in their family.

I am forever grateful to God for adopting me as his child. 22 years ago, I married my husband Nathan and we were blessed with two children, ages 21 and 16. Southern California was where I was raised but I love living in Colorado. I went to UC Santa Barbara for my BA in History and I got my teaching degree from Azusa Pacific University. After 12 years of being a stay-at-home mom, I graduated with honors from Colorado Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Clinical Pastoral Counseling. This journey in life has had lots of hills and valleys but God has been with me every step of the way and drawing me into a deeper and deeper connection with him.

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