A singer/songwriter, keyboardist and speaker, she weaves her love of music and her professional career as a mental health counselor, along with her personal testimony of God’s faithfulness in her own life. Her music ministry is an expression of hope and healing to those who are hurting in a world of uncertain times.
An Honorable Mention of the Cindy Wilt Colville Award for Excellence in Songwriting (2014), Jen has released two healing music projects, Your Love Comes After Me and Where I Am, plus additional singles, A Still and Quiet Night (Christmas-Empty Nest) and The Monster Just Outside (Sexual Abuse).
A devoted follower of Christ, Jen has been married to the same husband twice for 29 years: a testimony to the power of Christ’s love to experience reconciliation and healing from divorce. She is a mom of two adult married daughters and an adult son.
Jen has been active in church worship teams for the past 14 years and trained in worship leading. Jen works with Branon Dempsey, founder of Worship Team Training, Inc., as the Ministry Mentoring Program Coordinator/Event Assistant and Worship Mentor to help equip and encourage church worship teams in their worship ministries.
She also partners with Steve Siler, Dove-Award winning songwriter and the founder/director of Music for the Soul, a ministry that uses songs and stories as a bridge to hope and healing.
She has a Master of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology and has worked in the behavioral and mental health fields for over 20 years. Her blog ministry of No Longer Opposed is a place where she shares her heart and expertise in the mental health field from a Christ-centered perspective with those who are hurting and searching for hope and healing. She is dual-licensed in the states of WA & TN, and is currently in practice as an LPC at Entertainment Health Services, Nashville, TN.
Jen is ready to collaborate with you for your next event.