All of our Counselors are Ordained Ministers.
1-844-669-4673 ext. 1
Brenda has been a Biblical Prayer Counselor for 27 years. She brought the Vision for and is a Co-Founder of Hope in Life Ministry which was established in 2013. It was through a prophetic promise God gave in 2009, that the Holy Spirit gave the vision to birth Hope In Life Ministry.
Brenda began her journey of faith in 1971. Since that time, she has written and taught many bible studies, led women's ministries, conducted women's retreats, and served on church leadership teams. Brenda has served leadership in each church she has been a member of.
In 1995, Brenda began study to become a Biblical Prayer Counselor. She studied with the Elijah House Ministries headquartered in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho and later was selected to intern with Desert Gardens Prayer Counseling Center where she became a founding counselor.
During her 16 years working as a Biblical Prayer Counselor at Desert Gardens, Brenda facilitated schools to train individuals and church leaders on how to use biblical principals in the local church. She has taught at church conferences as well as conducted small group classes. Brenda has worked with individuals, married couples, teens, church leaders, and professional businessmen and women to help them address the relational pain in their lives by learning how to address that pain God’s way; thus, developing new skills and tools to live their lives with more joy and satisfaction. In 2001, Brenda was invited to travel to Russia to train pastors and church leaders in Biblical Prayer Counseling and ministered in the local churches of Russia. Prayer has always been a vital part of her Biblical Counseling!
Brenda is the oldest of 11 children and grew up in Southern California where she married her high school sweetheart. She celebrates her 51st wedding anniversary this year with their two grown sons, spouses and five grandchildren.
To schedule an appointment with Brenda, contact her at 1-844-NOW HOPE ext. 1 or email BiblicalPrayer@Outlook.com.
"It is not what happens to me, but how I respond that determines my future. Nothing is too difficult for God."
"...On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us." (2 Corinthians 1:10 NIV)